My hubby had a business meeting to go to so we dropped him off on one side of Stockton then my mom and I took off for JoAnn’s off I-5, I had some craft paint to pick up and some zippers for some tops I am making, we also checked out Ross and Target in that same shopping center.
Satisfied with that little jaunt we zoomed over to Burlington Coat factory to look for a little suit for my toddler nephew. We were successful and found him one and we both found a skirt we had to have. By that time my hubby texted me and we had to drive on across town to pick him back up. Lunchtime!
We ate, ran thru Costco (phew, on a Friday and the 1st of the month) then I wanted to stock up on the sugar free chocolate at Wal-Mart, which I did. I loved every warm moment of running, it felt good after being cooped up for a couple weeks. Plus, the drive down is so lovely this time of year, green rolling hills, rivulets of wild flowers winding along and lots of cows.
Now that I have regaled you with my day I will actually post the photos I wanted to share with you…I paint, signs mostly but it may seem I do flowers and flowers and more flowers so I was going to share with you many of my chicken signs I have done over the years. Some were done it 2 pieces..like this Red Rooster sign..
This one is very similar..
Some of these are from 2003, sometimes I find it hard to believe how long I have been painting. My style has evolved for sure.
This one is still a favorite of mine. I need to make one for myself as this one sold long ago.
I even added some veggies..
I like the primitive style of these chickens..
This one was a special order, a gal sent me a piece of wallpaper from her kitchen to paint a sign to match.
These are just a sample of the chicken signs I have done. Just a little evidence that I do paint things other than flowers.
Enjoy your weekend. I am not sure what grand thing I will get to work on.
PS: for more signs check out my website