It’s A Shop Front Kinda Day: Daily Art Practice
Last week, we were on the beach when I posted. Our family rented a beach house in Virginia for 7 days. It was a week full of interesting surprises and I will share a bit of that next week, hopefully. Time is flying and it seems as if Monday is always creeping up on me and I have another post to write. Once upon a time, I was a month ahead with my scheduled posts but that doesn’t seem to happen anymore. Maybe when school starts I’ll get better… until then my posts may be shorter than usual.
Watercolor Shop Fronts
A few more shops in the Singapore Shop Front Challenge.
The bunting would have to be my favorite part of this building. I also like the angle in which the photo was taken.
The collection of plants on the ground are just what this white building needs. I also like the bit of texture/carving on the front.
I think this one is one of my favorite’s so far. I love the exterior colors and design but the various carpets on display and the colorful lights inside the shop really make me think of a souk.
That’s it for this weeks shop fronts. I am working on vacation paintings so hopefully I can share some of those soon.
I am joining the ladies for T day hosted by Elizabeth and Bleubeard. My tea today is another one that I found on clearance at Walmart, Teavana Youthberry . This tea is delicious hot or iced. I remember the very first time I walked into a Teavana store in the mall (back when they had brick and mortar stores) and they had huge pots of this youthberry tea that they were offering to customers. It was delicious and warm on a cold winter day, so I bought a few ounces. When I got home, I found that my tea didn’t taste as sweet as the one in the store, here to find out that they must have added sweetener. I don’t use sweetener in my tea and I still love the fruity taste of this tea. If I was a cold beverage individual, I would drink it iced as well.
Happy Tea Day,