Thanks so much Brice Reignier for the November banner--it's very exciting and so unique! Also, love the prompts--hope we get a lot of fun responses.
I copied the banner you posted here and enlarged it. If you're not happy with it (is it a bit blurry?), then send me the full size or no smaller than 900 pixels wide to: painthorsegallery (at) gmail (dot) com
Alice in Wonderland by Penny Noble
I haven't joined in much lately as my 93 year old Mother broke her foot and her mind has fallen down the Rabbit hole with Alice. My family and I are taking care of her at home. So time consuming but worthwhile.She took good care of me!
I was "cleaning" the Watercolor Wednesday blog by clicking on member links. If the link went nowhere, I deleted that member. I then tried to cross-reference emails with websites and/or blogs. If I couldn't match an email with either a blog, website, or member name, I deleted it.
So, if I deleted you by mistake, please respond to this post with (1) your blog or website address; (2) your current email address; (3) your name or the name you'd like to use on our site.
Thanks & so sorry if I've inconvenienced any one.
WaWe members, when posting please title your illustration with the title of the piece followed by your name. For example, "Horses in the Wind" by Linda Snider Ward. We have 80+ members and although the majority do not post on a regular basis, viewers want to know who did what. We don't want them to have to hunt for your name--anyway, be proud of your work--you're all amazing!
Linda Snider Ward
Watercolor Wednesdays (WaWe) administrator
This doesn't go with any of our challenges, but I hadn't posted in awhile. This is actually an ACEO (Artist Cards, Editions, Originals), part of a small series that I did for the Canine Art Guild ACEO challenge. "Flower Power" is the theme & my big dog Minnie (a St. Bernard) is the subject (she often is). Watercolor on paper, 2.5" x 3.5".
Just a note to our WaWe members, please put your name in the title of your posting--that way it's clear who did what.