The past few months has been an adjustment for me, my time spent on social media slowed down, and I wasn’t creating blog posts. Making art came to a halt during the beginning of the covid pandemic. Over the Summer months I slowly began to paint again. My weekly family outings, surrounding ourselves in nature was a saving grace.
As summer was winding down I spent a wonderful time in Ocean City, MD with family. I decided to take along my travel watercolor box that I was given at Xmas. The pretty little purple box which sat on my art desk just begged to be opened, so I figured the beach would be a perfect place to try it out. I enjoyed using the paints, it was easy to transport. I was able to accomplish some quick little sketches during my early morning walks, the beach is so inspiring. I enjoyed my time alone watching the beauty of the sunrise on the beach. I would have created more paintings but I was too busy being a beach bum!
Morning sunrise over the beach.
View of Assawomen Bay.. (real name) The vivid yellows n green in the marshy area caught my eye.
View overlooking the balcony
Birds waiting for food – a mix of watercolor and sand!
My wonderful little purple box. I loved using this.