Day 27: 30-n-30

painting of beach scene

Beach Sketch 2
6″ x 8″
Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Suzan Hughes-Kennedy

You can see the “z” composition is softened in this sketch.  The clouds are soft and meander across the painting.  I haven’t quite finished the water but it is what it is.  On to the next painting.

During this challenge, I have:

  • Primed and painted 6 cabinet doors and 2 drawer fronts – both front and back.  Didn’t think I should post them as a painting a day. 
  • Traveled to my Mom’s house for 2 nights to help her out in preparation for my sister’s visit and my niece’s upcoming wedding.
  • Cleared my house of tools, paint, ladders, and other assorted remodeling tools.  Wonder if I should include these in my collage. (I’m laughing at myself)
  • Delivered a painting to a show in Snyder.
  • Delivered two paintings to be shown at Emmanuel Fellowship Church.
  • Traveled to the photographer to get paintings photographed.
  • Arranged for 3 prints to be delivered.

My success is that I have returned to painting on canvas and I can thank Leslie for this avenue.  If you haven’t watched the other artists, you have missed a feast for your eyes and soul.

Check out the other artists in the challenge at:

https://www.saetastudio.com/30-in-30-blog

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About suzanhugheskennedyart

I am a prophetic artist discovering more of God's Grace through the creation of my art. Encouraging and coaching others in developing their own creativity inspires me. Join me in this journey!
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