March 21, 2016

Travel Sketch Rolls.....

I've had a lot of people take notice of my Travel Sketch Rolls that I use to tote around my art supplies.  By request I've added some to my shop.  They measure about 9" x 13" unfolded so they're smaller than your average brush roll.  I can tuck in all the supplies you see below.  This assortment holds my metal travel paint palette, pens, brushes, pencil, eraser and more. 
 This set up includes a small sketch book along with pencil, eraser and an assortment of pens.
 Here's the Travel Sketch Roll in use.  I wrap the ribbon tie around the folded over roll and stand it upright so I can easily reach my tools.
 For travel and storage just fold over the flap and fold the roll in half.  Wrap the tie around and tuck in for closure.  Throw it in your purse or art bag.  Easy peasy.
 How about the planner lovers?  These would be great for highlighters, pens and the like.  This one below is available in my shop now.
 So is this one of a kind Travel Sketch Roll made from vintage fabric.  There's a few more styles too.
You can find them RIGHT HERE.  Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check out my Instagram at MishWooderson for more artsy stuff.

March 14, 2016

Spring Rain series of cards...

I've been practicing my watercolor clouds which resulted in a nice little pile of pretty landscapes.  
 That led to a series of cards in my Spring Rain series.
 I revised the colors in my palette and the best way to get to know your colors is to just play around with them.
 I wrapped up all the cards with a clear envelope and pretty purple ribbon.  Perfect for you and perhaps one for a friend.  I love tucking these into Easter baskets or little birthday bags as everyone could use a card.
 Cards are now up on my shop HERE.
Thanks for stopping by today!

March 4, 2016

Close to Home series of cards...

This month I'm setting a goal for a daily landscape sketch using my #closetohome hashtag on my Instagram account.  Today I'm sharing some miniature landscapes created with beautiful handmade watercolors.  
 I turned my mini landscapes into some blank greeting cards, numbering the limited edition series with my Close to Home theme.
 All of these landscapes were painted from country landscapes near my home.
 I love winding roads as you just never know what journey they may take you on.
 Beautiful trees and hillsides fading into the distant sky.
 The trees are just now getting their leaves so I'm even more excited to do some en plein air painting.
 My cards are all up for sale in my shop today, my first official paintings are now listed.
You can find the shop link here.  Thanks for stopping by.
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