Art Roundup, week of April 1st

With another week of posting my art on DeviantArt, it’s once more time to bring the art to my site. Among those peices of art are some closeups of an Azalea bushes and the start of another series focused on some geese waddeling about a local shopping center. However, the final peice of artwork posted was another entry in my Man’s Best Friend series.If you see any images here that aren’t available on Natural Desygns or SM Desygns reach out to me through the Etsy store and I’ll add the image to the correct store. In the meantime, click any of the images to head over to DeviantArt to get a better look.

The simplest of things can create the most impactful memories. For me, I’ll always smile whenever I see Azalea bushes, and it’s not because of their fleeting beauty. This simple bush reminds me of my mother. To me, it doesn’t matter who planted them in front of my childhood home or when I’ve always associated them with my mom. Be it caring for them or decorating them with Christmas lights. As a result, I’ll always stop and enjoy these bushes when they’re in bloom, no matter the color.

In a follow up from the first installment in this series, I inched closer and captured a couple shots, focusing on the field of pick flowers. These beauties don’t last long, but they add a wonderful splash of color while they’re in bloom.

Azaleas 002

Azaleas 003

Waddling Bird 004

While I was in a different place when I captured these birds, I still felt a compulsion to capture these critters as they searched for food around the edge of the shopping center’s parking lot.

Here’s another entry to my Man’s Best Friend gallery. While all dogs are amazing, I will be focusing on mine for the time being. Click here and buy access to this growing collection of watercolor renditions of these furry companions.

In this still, my mind instantly jumps to subtitle my dog’s unspoken demand. With her possessive streak, I know that while she’s walked away from her stick; she doesn’t trust me not to take it from her, though that would only be to play fetch with her, but she wouldn’t see it that way at first. So, she’s standing her ground while maintaining her ability to reclaim her prized possession if I came too close.