Everyday number 17. Yes, it’s the first day of Spring, we had a picnic in the Casa de Campo park and it was outstandingly glorious.
Everyday number 16. I saw this image by Paul Klee, Landscape with Sunset, so simple, lovely and warm. I wanted to make something similar. Like yesterday’s planet, the above image started out with coloured brush pens on paper, then photographed into the iPad to layer and play. The result makes me happy.
Everyday number 16. Two pieces. The story of the first, above: I came across a flock of sheep in the huge wild Casa de Campo parkland to the west of Madrid the other day, and saw two young shepherds and their sleepy dogs. My mind had been racing with tech nonsense and finding them calmed meContinue reading “The Sheep and the Planet”
Everyday number 15. Olive Tree on a Rainy Night South of Madrid. With thanks to some tips from Keith Haring. And to the beautiful olive trees we passed on the road to Chinchón.
Everyday number 14. Pen and ink (brush pen), no iPad. Nice to be non-digital. We had a truly glorious day in Chinchón, a small town south of Madrid, today. Bright blue skies, lunch on a balcony on the Plaza Mayor, local wine, local life. Of all the day trips from Madrid this is one of theContinue reading “Tree in a Plaza in Chinchón”