Thursday, February 23, 2012

Palette & Paint #14

The weeks are mounting up, can you believe it's been 14 weeks of

Last week we had the lovely Peggy and Stephanie join in the fun and share with us a little snap shot into their studios. I really enjoy popping over to both these wonderful artists' blog and having a look around, they both  inspire me greatly. Below is what they shared with us for P&P #13. Double click on the photo or the name to find out more about their Palettes & Paints.

Peggy shares the most beautiful photos with us, 
isn't that plate gorgeous, and those eye shadow brushes are a fantastic idea, 
so inventive!

Stephanie is on a quest to do 29 faces in the one painting,
just watching the piece develop each day is such a treasure, 
her style and colour palette is so stunning. 

Tracey {Your Host}

Taking a photo of my palette and paint each week helps me to actually pick up a brush and squeeze out some paint, it motivates me to start painting, {starting seems to be the hardest bit these days, but once I start, it's hard to stop!} with all the other things fighting for my time, I find that I just don't do as much painting as I'd like, I'm working on finding a better balance. How about you? Do you struggle with finding a balance between creating and doing everything else - be it blogging, housework, socializing or the business side of your practice? Do you have any tips or tricks you can share with us? If you do, please share them below in the comments.

I'll be sharing the SHOWCASE #13 throughout the day on:
Flickr | Facebook| Pinterest

Here's all the P&P SHOWCASES.
If you see a piece you'd like to know more about
visit flickr for the link to the artist's blog

Now it's your turn...

 If you are NEW please read about the P&P Blog Party before linking. 


  1. I am enjoying the palettes and enjoying the inspiration, thanks for setting this up!!!

    1. Thanks for being a regular party goer, your studio equipment excites and inspires me!

  2. my watercolors don't seem to change in appearance but i'm hoping to do some acrylics soon and have a more interesting palette! thank you for hosting!
    peggy aplSEEDS

  3. I'm struggling to find the right balance too, so I don't have any tips and tricks - but would be grateful to get some. I also find it often hard to pick up paint and brush, even though I want to, but once I've finally started, the hours just fly past. I really enjoy seeing all the different palettes here, along with the works. It's so inspiring.

  4. Hi Tracey!
    I'm glad to see all pallets even though I have not participated lately too!