Month: September 2018

Goodbye September

With turning 40 and forgetting that I can draw like my mom, September 2018 was a great month. With September coming to an end, and October on the way, Fall 2018 will be awesome. Photograph of the moon was taken on Wednesday September 26th, 2018 and the mushrooms were taken on Friday September 28th and Saturday September 29th, 2018.  See more Fall photos drawings, and crochet this October.

Happy Fall Y’All

Goodbye summer 2018 and hello Fall 2018.  Time for crisp leaves, apples, cider, apple pie, and fall recipes. It’s also time for me to get cracking on new fall items such as drawings, sketches, and crochet items.
Fall photo credited from Halloween Cottage on Facebook. 

Fall Recipe For Witches Brew

Photo credit from Rachel’s Favorite Recipes.
This recipe will cast a delicious smell over your whole house.
Witches Brew:
1 apple
1 orange
1 lemon
2 T whole allspice
2 T whole cloves
4 cinnamon sticks
Slice fruit into rings. Don’t worry about peels, seed, cores, etc. Place all ingredients into a crock-pot. Fill with water. Simmer on low. Refill with water as needed. Be careful not let the water get too low. 
Find recipes like this on https://rachaelsfavoriterecipes.blogspot.com

It’s In The Blood Lines

New logo created with my Amazon Sketch App.

Hidden Talent

With moving out of the shop 10 months ago and cleaning up mom’s studio at home, I discovered a talent that I have and completely shut out since I 12-13 years old.  Mom found this huge brief case filled with drawings that I did in high school.  It took me a while to realize that I created these drawings and paintings, then it hit me like a ton of bricks that I actually did create these paintings and drawings.  I never really realized how good I was until I found some scrap paper and started to draw some things.  Realizing that I have a part of my mother’s drawing talent, I can create some great things on my own.  For example, I created this new logo above with a sketch app on my Amazon tablet.  It’s called a bohemian flower at midnight.  Being able to spread my wings and not only doing crochet, this is great.  Below this paragraph, is more drawings that I’ve created in the last couple of weeks, along with the drawings that I discovered in high school.

New Drawings

After discovering this hidden talent, I immediately went on Pinterest to get some ideas for drawing and went to Michael’s Arts And Crafts for my birthday gift and bought sketchbooks, pencils, markers and a book with sketch ideas.  I can do faces and other items, but I also wanted to see some symbols and try some symbols that I find inspiring.  Below is a Celtic symbol for love and a mountain drawing on the inside and a peace symbol on the outside.
Celtic symbol for love. 
 
Mountain peace symbol. 

The High School Years

One of the drawings found in a portfolio brief case found in the back of mom’s studio.  This simple geometric drawing filled with crayons is simple, unique and filled with color.  For the geometric person, this is for you!
Geometric shape drawing filled with crayon.  Created when I was in high school. 

More To Come

See more drawings and prints that I will create from drawings on my blog and on my Etsy shop.  Prices will be with new drawings and prints.

Turning 40

I Love Lucy’s Antiques. Scotia, New York. 
Saturday September 1st, 2018 was a big milestone for me as I celebrated my 40th birthday, turning 40 is the new 20 they say.  Deciding to celebrate my 40th in Gloversville, New York with my family was inspiring.
From stopping to an antiques shop on the way, to stopping to an art gallery and coop.  After stopping being inspired and buying a thing or two, we stopped at a nice restaurant after.  Taking good photographs was another great part of the day to.
Glove Theatre. Gloversville, New York. 
Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market. Gloversville, New York. 
Micropolis Art Gallery. Gloversville, New York. 
Mom used to work for the Grandoe Corporation in Gloversville and is somewhat familiar with the area.  Driving an hour to work everyday and back home, she never stopped at other places in town, which is why I suggested we go for my birthday. Another big part of the day was stopping at a famous sewing center in town called Gloversville Sewing Center.  Fascinated with the new sewing machines, fabric, sewing tools, accessories, and books, it was well worth the trip
Gloversville Sewing Center. Gloversville, New York. 
Abandoned building next to Harold’s Restaurant. Gloversville, New York. 
Harold’s Restaurant. Gloversville, New York. 
Surf And Turf. 
Pork Chops. 
Parmesan Pork Chops. 
Hello.
Chocolate Cake.