Friday, 21 October 2016

Painted Ladies

Well, I don't know if they are ladies at all, but they are wearing their beautiful autumn colours.... and these photos were taken on dull showery days. So much brighter in the sunshine.




In the bottom left corner, a sign indicating our annual Artist Studio Tour. I've been invited to participate in the Tour in 2017..... I'd better get painting!

10 comments:

Tomoko said...

Your autumn is fast progressing! The red leaves are beautiful. You do not want to miss the most beautiful time for your painting! Fall foliage! Have a good day,Shammic!

Lowell said...

I would guess the leaves couldn't get much brighter...gorgeous photos, and reminders that winter is on its way!

LL Cool Joe said...

Yes autumn is well and truly here isn't it? Beautiful colours even in the rain.

Marie Smith said...

Inspiration all around you! Paint on...

Elephant's Child said...

Glorious.
Looking forward to seeing any of your paintings you are willing to share.

stardust said...

Glorious, luminous autumn leaves! I like both the brilliant reds in the first and the mixed colors in the second image. Autumn seems to have won against the persistent summer heat at last. Nearly 30 degrees C of the last week lowered to the low 20s a few days ago.

Yoko

photowannabe said...

Some of the trees in our area are beginning to show off their Fall dresses too.
I can't wait to see your new paintings. How nice to be incuded in the tour.

Angela said...

Glorious reds!! There are more yellows and browns around here. Beautiful Autumn season!!

Angela said...

I forgot to add that I am now your newest follower!!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Shammickite - thanks for coming over to comment ... love your Painted Ladies ... I've just watched a tv programme on our Painted Ladies butterflies - perhaps you remember them from your Devon days ... I'm almost a Cornish girl ... my mother was Cornish ...

The colours of the trees are just gorgeous ... ours are dropping leaves like frenzy but it's been warm ... well I think so!

Cheers Hilary