Shoot it, Sketch it revisited: Riding the waves

Riding the falls – acrylic on canvas, 405 x 305 mm, 2013

Riding the falls – acrylic on canvas, 405 x 305 mm, 2013

CRAFT FAIR UPDATE: Unfortunately, this Saturday’s craft fair in Halswell (Christchurch, New Zealand) has been cancelled. The organisers say there weren’t enough stall holders to make it worthwhile. I find myself looking around the art cave at my freshly varnished paintings and thinking: what was all that about? Ah well, at least I’ll be prepared when the next art fair comes along!

So that’s the reason I’m posting Monday’s Shoot it, Sketch it a few days early (the painting is a reworking of Riding the waves) ― to let you know what’s happening (or not happening, as the case may be) and because it’s the perfect image for how I’m feeling at the moment.

Now I think I’ll have a few days off and turn my attention to more pressing matters… such as the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who this weekend : )

17 thoughts on “Shoot it, Sketch it revisited: Riding the waves

    1. Anna Cull Post author

      Don’t worry… I will. Disappointing, yes — I put a lot of work into being ready for it. But it’s also a bit of a relief (the timing wasn’t brilliant because of other commitments).

      And I’m serious when I say I’m now happy to focus on Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary.

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    1. Anna Cull Post author

      The other good thing is that I have NO unfinished paintings waiting in the wings. None. Nada. Zilch. Which must be why I went out and bought two more canvases today : )

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    1. Anna Cull Post author

      It would be so cool if you did join in again… As it is, I think I may be the only one still posting them! But then it is the way I tend to work anyway ; )

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