We have had several visits to the farm this summer ….never disappointed 🙂 Looking forward to more as everything grows with the summer sun and showers!
The next visit one is July 23rd :O)
a good day!
hard at work
Summer is here!
Linsay and her teapot tree!
the main house…
guarding the gate
Hollyhocks and Echinacea
growing more each day
Today was a glorious day….breezy and sunny….couldn’t have been nicer. It was so wonderful to be back at the farm and to see my friend Linsay. Looking forward to returning next week crossing fingers for more good weather! ❤️
An amazing primrose that I have never seen before!
Betsy drawing the teapot tree :O)
These lovely huge leave are Japanese Coltsfoot also known as Butterbur….brought some home for my garden!!! :O)
Next week we will return to Kitchawan Farm! We will meet every other Wednesday for the month of June and July….with Thursdays as a rain date if we have to cancel. We will meet from 9:30-12:30. $20.00 per session. Schedule June 11th, 25th /July 9th and 23rd / August 6th :O) Come and join us!
There will be a Veteran’s Celebration this Saturday at Lasdon so our final Saturday class will held on Saturday June 7th. If any of you want to take you paintings home please pick them up between now and June 7th :O)
Thank you all for a wonderful show…you should all be so proud!!!!
Here comes Summer…I will be posting dates for nature journaling at Kitchawan Farm soon :O)
Cosmos at Kitchawan
If any of you are planning to stay for the dinner and music part after the art show (4pm) and sale at the Stuga, it’s necessary to pre-register/RSVP because there is only room for 40 people total in the hayloft. Please go to the farm site and pre-register if you are making a day of it so LInsay can be sure there is room for all :O) Scroll down the page to find the RSVP link: http://www.kitchawanfarm.com/backtothegarden/Back_to_the_Garden_at_Kitchawan_Farm/Events_%26_Classes.html
a quick drawing of mine ~ echinacea and butterflies….
We have had a wonderful time at the farm this summer. Tomorrow is our last morning and it is suppose to be a beautiful morning :0)
If I don’t see you tomorrow enjoy the rest of your summer! I’ll let those of you who have drawings know when you can drop off your pieces at the farm for our little art show. It will be near the end of August :O) If you want to sell copies of your art work please make copies on acid free paper 90lb. weight or above…nice card stock is fine. You can make duplicates to be sold as well……
What spectacular weather we had on the farm yesterday. It was breezy and sunny, the flowers are really bursting now! Hope for more lovely weather next week! Since this recent Tuesday was a make up we will be meeting next week as planned in the original schedule (August 6th). If enough people would like to do an extra Tuesday on August 13th let me know by emailing me….it there is enough interest I’ll extend it one more week :O)
We made it to the farm this past Tuesday and will be going again this coming Tuesday (June 25th from 9-noon). After this Tuesday we will go back to every other Tuesday. Linsay has kindly offered to allow people to stay and draw as long as they like after the class has finished….so if you think you want to make more of a day of it bring some lunch :O)
The farm is already bursting with lovely veggies and flowers…a little piece of heaven.
Roses and clematis boarder the garden gate
Manx kitty hunting on top of rock
A great use for a rusty wheelbarrow
Veggies and blossoms a little piece of heaven
Watercolor paper journal or pad. Comfortable size to carry…and work on in you lap or holding in your hands. If you want to participate in the art show at the end of the summer you may want to use a pad with removable pages. If you are not going to play with watercolors than regular sketch journal or pad will be fine.
Micron fine tip pen (black) tip o1, 02, 03 are good choices :0) Click on chart for a clear image….
pen point chart
If you want to play with color bring some water color color pencils and a Water Brush Pen…ready to go (filled with water).
These supplies are available at local art stores and craft stores.
Bring water for drinking and a camp chair or camp stool for sitting. There is a lovely picnic table under a large tree which is also a shady place to get out of the sun and draw :O)