Monday, April 11, 2016

Canoeing and Flute Playing Hands

M and I took the canoe out in blustery wind this morning. It took a lot of effort to paddle against the wind and the current, but we made it to a quiet backwater and enjoyed a boat picnic surrounded by red winged blackbirds and spent cattails.
On the bottom right are some mew cattail leaves emerging.
The view across the lake from within the sheltered backwater.
M in her great straw pith helmet, and then on the rigjt Maya's hand on her flute.
It's tricky to draw flute-playing hamds!
While Maya top -coated some air-dried clay flowers that she made last week, I did this clay sketch after Adelaid V. Hall's figures.  Moving into a new Charlotte-like assemblage maybe--

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