Surprise! More flowers.
The colors are out of order, but it's a rainbow nonetheless:
I tried to find a good quote to put in here about rainbows and flowers or gardens, and the best thing I could find is this:
Good enough for me.
If I count the paper moose, which I will because it has become one of my favorite happy accidents in the history of all time, I have exceeded my goal of ten art pieces this month. Plus I've got a new one half done and I think I dreamed a way out of my wreather's block on the St. Patrick's Day wreath. This painting would have been the second for the month if I had finished it back when I started it:
Some things have to percolate longer than others. I keep thinking I will call this one "Lost in the Woods" but that sounds too sad. The trees are very subtle. (Remember, that rhymes with Frito-Lay.)
Old Man Winter came back and left a few inches of snow in my driveway, but I'm determined to stay positive and optimistic about the impending arrival of Spring. How can you not be optimistic when there is a rainbow on the back of your couch?