Yesterday, February 29, I took advantage of the warmth of the day and scooted out to my pal Daina’s house in Lawrencetown for some painting and chin wagging.
She has a lovely bright studio next to her house (my dream) and we spent a great morning immersed in colour and chat! And yes, we actually got some work done:)
Daina works in oils primarily and I work with acrylics. They dry fast and clean up easily with water. Easy peasy.
While waiting for the paint to dry on my larger piece, I would work on a smaller one and switch between them.
We took a break for lunch. PB and banana sandwiches and cappuccino ! Tried to sit outside but it wasn’t quite warm enough. Ha after all it WAS Feb 29 but what an amazing day!
She lives 2 minutes from the beach.
We took advantage of the mild weather and headed out for a post lunch walk on Conrad Beach.
It was windy and salty and wild and wonderful!
Signs of life:)
Love the colours in mussel shells!!
It is about a half hour drive from Halifax, just before Lawrencetown beach. A tiny sign that says Conrad Road is all the warning you get:) You walk along a boardwalk to get to it. (note: It is under re-construction at the moment)
smell the sea, and feel the sky
let your soul & spirit fly, into the mystic…”
Back to the car we headed, tired and energized. Physically weary but emotionally high!
I had a wonderful creative and soul filling day, thanks Daina! xo