The red chair was done as a quick journal sketch. I used it as a reference to paint the white chair - straightening it up a little and trying to correct the perspective. Both paintings are very small.

I'm working through my list getting some small paintings together for the Christmas Market at the Art Center, framing a few things, getting ready for Thanksgiving dinner. . . There are still a few things I need at the grocery. Probably tomorrow (Tuesday) morning would be the last sane time to go.
Okay - day 19 of blogging everyday for a month. Maybe I'll give you a rundown of my grocery shopping tomorrow. Could I take my camera to the grocery? Would they think I am some kind of food spy?
Are you hosting? Are you traveling? Are you cooking or eating out? What kind of pies will you have? I'd love to hear what you're doing for Thanksgiving.


Anonymous said...

This year, Josh has requested a blueberry pie in addition to the usual pumpkin. So we'll have both. We mixed up the pumpkin this weekend and put it in the freezer. We'll make the blueberry on Thursday. I will let you know how it goes, since we've never made a blueberry pie in our lives.

Catherine said...

Amy and Josh,
I don't think I have ever made one either, and it is one of my favorites.
Have fun!

Leanna said...

Oooh! Yes, do take your camera to the grocery....sounds like good painting fodder and you'll have a bit of history to look back at in the future! After all, you can almost watch the prices rise as you take items off the shelf now. Over the river and through the woods, to Grandmother's house we go! And Mom said "Don't bring a thing!" How much better could it get? Happy Thanksgiving!