SIX DAYS OF HIGH HEELS STILL LIFE PAINTING: 30 IN 30 PAINTING CHALLENGE, DAYS 7 TO 12

by | Last updated Feb 13, 2018 | Published on Feb 13, 2018 | Art Blog, Miscellaneous

Six Days of High Heels Still Life Painting, in the February 2018 30 in 30 Painting Challenge, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

DAYS 7 TO 12

… any flat surface I can find,

I have a painting on it drying :)

Pink and Blue Oil Paint All Over My Hands, Still Life Painting with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

“EVERYDAY’S A GOOD DAY WHEN YOU PAINT.

– Bob Ross

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