Hi there lovelies – another week flew by and it’s again Wednesday. Another day of ‘intelligent lockdown’ overhere in the Netherlands, which means we are allowed to go outside for a walk or shopping (with restricions, of course.) I saw on tv that a lot of people are fed up with this crisis and go outside, the streets and parks showed what I would call ‘a crowd’ nowadays. I, myself, still stay inside or on the balcony. My beloved does the grocery shopping early in the mornings, when there’s less people on the streets. We’d rather be safe than sorry.
Due to this stay-at-home policy, my art desk shows a lot of activity during the week. That’s also the case today, but I cannot show you what I am working on because it is something I create for the Dutch Dares challenge in June as a guest designer. I CAN show you the materials that I am working with though…
Olive green, ocher, salmon, dark green, light yellow and white paint… and a fine brush. You’ll see what it’s used for in June 🙂
The Dutch Dares May challenge was announced on Facebook today, the theme is “Puberty” and here’s my go
I found three old photo’s of my teenage room at the bottom of my photo-box… one of the photo’s was even cut-out (shame on me!) but I still used it – these are the only photos I got that show how my room looked like back in the days. It may not be a spectacular lay out but I’m happy to have one with photos of my teenage room in my album now.
I have plenty of time to keep up with my Chronicles art journal…
The Chronicles of Marit 2020 – Week 17
In week 17, my parents, my beloved & I met for ‘coffee at a distance’ in a nearby park. They brought their own cups, I brougt coffee in a thermos bottle and as you can see on the photo, we kept our distance.
Big art journal ‘Grandes Chaleurs”
It’s been a while since I created a spread in this ‘big’ journal (spread: 47,5 x 29,7 cm – 187 x 117 inch)
I hope you are well and healthy, thanks for visiting today. I really am glad to have so many online-friends that stick together in these weird times. Hang in there dear ones, this time will pass eventually…