|Mt. Hood from the corner of Orient Drive and Waybill Rd.|
|Mt. Hood from Revenue Drive by Schmidt's Farm|
|Knit dishcloth from Sugar'n Cream cotton, Crown Jewels|
|My favorite coloring book!|
It has been gray and rainy outside today, but I feel happily drenched in color from absorbing the colors around me over the last few days!
The Rhododendrons are displaying their brilliant pinks and reds! Mt. Hood stood majestically white against hazy blue skies when I took a roundabout way home on Thursday from a meeting; and I finished knitting a variegated dishcloth in purples and greens this evening.
Around Mother's Day I got a copy of Inspire, the NLT Bible that has lots of black and white sketches to color. So far I have used woodless colored pencils, fiber tipped ink pens, and watercolor on the opening pages. I find it very exciting work/play/meditation!
Yesterday I enjoyed listening to some knitting podcasts that Betsy and Kris told me about, and I explored the knitting tutorial for socks that Kris has successfully used. Maybe I will eventually be able to finish the magic loop socks I started several years ago if I watch the tutorial enough times...maybe :)
Tonight I watched a movie about the French artist, Seraphine, then I did a Google search to see more of her work...fantastic colors! Do click HERE to see her work!
Do you ever feel color crazed?