Thursday, February 21

Artist's Play Room : Books

This is a quick sketch of a view that I see a lot, since it's the bookshelf on my desk where I paint.





22 comments:

  1. I must say I like the sound of the Artist's complete problem solver!!

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  2. Hi Robin, nice to have you join us in The Artist's Play Room, I hope you continue to participate. your books look fantastic, I hadn't thought of doing them standing up, I'll have to try that instead of stacked on top of one another! Just so you know, you are a no-reply blogger when your comments come to me so I can't reply back through your email. I"m unsure how to correct this with google+ but there are a few lessons on the web. I think it involves temporarily switching back to your old profile and changing your email or approving it or something, hope that helps. If yo don't know what a no reply blogger is there's a definition on a recent post on my blog, just scroll down!
    Best,
    Jenn
    Glad to have you on board.

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    1. Thank you. I've tried to change my "no-reply status" with no success so far...I am aware of it:) All of the tutorials I've found, and my own poking haven't helped yet. Hopefully, someone will come up with a newer tutorial for Google+!

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  3. How fun to see what you are reading:-) Great to have you join APR!

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  4. I love the way books look, standing BEside each other, holding covers, ready for adventures!! BEautimous!!

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    1. Thanks...books ARE an adventure, in my mind!:)

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  5. Your books look fabulous, I especially like the last one, Artists complete problem solver, I've gotta get me one of those :)

    Von visiting from APR.

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    1. Thanks...it's a good book, full of tips & techniques.

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  6. Now what can Molto Agitato be about, such an intriguing title. Makes me want to read it just because it's a good title. Lovely gentle watercolour of your books, what a pleasant view to look up at from time to time when you are working.

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    1. It's about life behind the scenes at the Metropolitan Opera. It's very good!
      Thank you for the comment!

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  7. Happy to find your stack of books at APR. Your color palette is lovely.

    Darla

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    1. Thank you! I'm enjoying seeing everyone's books.

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  8. very effective drawing and watercolor for this challenge. It is so much fun to see what book titles people have drawn!

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    1. Thank you, I agree...it's a lot of fun to see what books people choose!

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  9. I have just found your blog on APR. It is wonderful! I like your quick sketch of the books and I like your knitting posts too. You create beautiful pleasures!

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    1. Aw, thank you! What a sweet comment...made me smile:)

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  10. I really like your book painting. There is something very soothing about it.

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  11. I love this little snippet of your book shelf... great blog in general... so happy you participated so I could find your work... you have a new fan...xx

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  12. Welcome Robin ;D
    Love your book shelf...I adore books and art so you ticked two boxes at once as far as I'm concerned.
    I hope you have a fantastic time in APR. Everyone is so friendly, encouraging and inspiring.
    I'm looking forward to seeing all your future entries! :D)))

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