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P - Pray, paint, play an instrument.

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:36 AM in , ,
I do not play an instrument but from time to time I like to paint, actually draw, I love to do things in creyon. Sometime ago I went to a painting class in Bad Homburg and had lots of fun. Below some of my works from then!

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Arent you clever, you little artist. I would love to be able to draw.


It seems we are both full of unexpected surprises! How exquisite! I'm sure it is a very soothing way to relax.


I can almost draw stick people (always jealous of people who can really draw)


i adore that first picture of the fruit---it is simple yet elegant and warm


@Luan - well I am not that good, mostly childish! :)
@Sush - yes, you are right, it relaxes a lot!
@Baygirl - well I am also jealous of those who can!
@Lynn - thank you!


They are just lovely, Claudia.
Karen


@Karen - very kind of you!


They are lovely. I especially like the middle one, reminds me of pictures of an Italian villa.
Kathy at Oak Lawn Images


I have always wanted to paint watercolours. I think it must be so relaxing. I have all the gear, but I just need to have some lessons! Mind you, I've been saying that for the past few years! You are lucky to be able to draw like that. I particularly like the first one - very good.


Well done - I love the first one and the middle one especially. I'd love to be able to draw! LindaK


@Kathy - it is actually after an image I saw in Tuscany!
@Diane - thank you for your kind words, it is very relaxing indeed!
@Linda - glad you enjoyed them!


Fun stuff here Claudia!


@November Rain - thank you!


My mother is an artists, so I grew up drawing and painting. It's a huge part of me. When I'm lost for how else to express myself, I go out sketching.


@Sandra - lucky you, I am sure your work as well as your mother's is great!


I like the first one! The colours are great and I just always like still lives. Well done! Hope you're well and you're having a good week with better weather than we have ;-) xo


Love the middle one. I can't draw or paint to save my life!


I used to play the clarinet and I did take an art class in college. I like the realistic coloring of the fruit.

Visiting from the A to Z Challenge.


Claudia, what beautiful pictures. The middle one of the road with the house in the distant brings all sorts of snippets of stories to mind. Drawing is a talent that I never achieved so I appreciate it so much in others. Thank you for sharing your work with us!


You are quite the artist. Well done!


Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com


wow! Love these! Stopping by via the A-Z Challenge. :)


Being creative is a great outlet! Thanks for sharing! ~ Angela, Whole Foods Living, http://www.wholefoodsliving.blogspot.com/


You have some talent. In fact, your painting looks better than my clarinet playing sounds.

http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/


Jilda's good at painting, but my painting is sad. I am fairly handy with a guitar though.


I enjoyed your art work and I can barely draw my name, just for the record. ♥


I really like your drawings, how nice to be able to do that. I play the piano a bit, but absolutely cannot draw. As always love your blog.
Pam


@Mlle Poirot - the weather is so la la, not brilliant. And if I would not have tooth aches all would be well :-)
@Paula - sweet of you to consider my attempts as paintings :) I still have some learning to do!
@SGirl - welcome and thanks for the comment!
@Amy - I was happy to do it, it brings me much joy!
@Kathy - oh thank you!
@Thedailywoman - I hope you enjoy the challenge as much as I do :)
@Angela - so true!
@Joyce - I can't play any instruments I'm afraid!
@Rick - I know you are great with a guitar :)
@Jo - thank you!
@Pam - piano, love the sound!


Wish I had the artistic skills to paint or even draw but I don't. I have an eye for photography. About as close as I will ever get!!

Cheers, Jenn
http://www.wine-n-chat.com

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