Practice: kindness, compassion, goodwill

Sunflower Bird


I’ve been painting, painting, painting.  Unfortunately for my family, that means taking over the dining room table.  It’s the spot with the best light and the biggest available space for all my paints.  I’m going to have to re-organize my paints so that I can work on an easy clean-up before dinner time.

Both prints are available in my shop. 🙂

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7 Responses to Practice

  1. Dallas says:

    Great prints. I especially like the bird, and the lace detail on it.

  2. Flassie says:

    Amazing! I especially like the bird too!

    God Bless You and Yours!!!

  3. Patti says:

    Beautiful! How long does it take to create an average painting? Mom’s paints scattered on the dining room table is a legacy to your family…it will be what they see when they gaze upon a dining table. And they’ll smile.

  4. Michelle says:

    Love them, Regina! Especially the shine in the elephant’s eye. My kids are eating on the coffee table all week long, because I’ve got the sewing machine and supplies all over the dining room table, too. Rebecca’s birthday party is this weekend, and I’ve got stuff to do! Got really tired of moving everything on and off and on and off, finally decided to call it a picnic week and hopefully it all returns to normal on Monday…

  5. Maribeth says:

    I love the practice painting. How perfect. I imagine hanging where my family could see it as they came and went through the day. A gentle reminder.

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