Events, Recent Artwork, Traditional Art

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

I hope everyone had a great and safe holiday! I decided it would be a good day to paint a four leaf clover on my new wood slices I recently got! I’ve been wanting to try my hand at some 3-D painting so I used this for some practice. It’s not the traditional shamrock that accompanies the holiday but four leaf clovers carry luck and who doesn’t want a bit of that right now!

This would be perfect to hang on your door to bring in good luck to your home! I think I might do some more paintings with this idea in mind and see what I can come up with.

If you are interested in purchasing this piece or have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below! Thanks for stopping by this week! Next week , I will share my latest pattern design! Check back soon!

Best of luck, free spirits!

Megtography, Photo Journal, Travel

Day 1: Ohio Trip

Here’s a few pictures I’ve taken with my phone since we have arrived. It’s been a chill visit so far. We went for a nice bike ride, visited my brother and his family and ate dinner at Chipotle’s. I have more pictures on my Nikon but I won’t be able to share those until after I get back.

Traditional Art

Birthday Blooms

Yesterday was my boss’s birthday at my landscaping job. Our birthdays are only four days apart! I’ve been with the company for a while now and she’s become someone I really look up to. She’s an amazing entrepreneur who works her “arse” off and is strong willed. I decided to draw her a picture and surprise her with it! I tried to figure out what her favorite flower was but no one knew. I chose an Iris since it is in bloom on her birthday. She was very happy to receive it! It was nice to get back to some realism work. I will have to do more in the near future!

Like what you see? You can get this image on apparel, home décor or a print of your own! Find it in my Redbubble store!

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#11 – Lilac Lover

My favorite thing about this time of year is the scent of all the Lilac blooms! It’s heavenly and the wind carries it everywhere! I could bury my nose in these flowers all day long! It makes me instantly happy. 😊

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#5 – Follow Your Heart

Took this yesterday at Papscanee Island Nature Preserve. I didn’t have an opportunity to post it yesterday so today I will just post two photos and keep the count going. We found this on the trail during our hike! It’s so exciting to find nature inspired creations left behind by others.
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#1 – 12 years!

Really Meg?….Really?….2 days….Well, it was a short run but now I have to start my count over again! Here is #1 ….again…. for Megtography!

Today is my twelve year anniversary! My hubby bought me flowers! ❤

Photo Journal

Photo Journal: April

Here are a few shots I have taken with my phone this Spring. Many of them were taken while I was landscaping at various places in New York. It’s awesome to slowly watch the season unfold. There is a different bloom every week and I love seeing all the colors! If anyone knows what the yellow flower in the second row is, please share in the comments below! I am struggling to identify that one.

The last picture is my new kitty! Her name is Marozi. Marozi is the name of a cryptid ( like bigfoot or Nessie) that looks like a spotted lion thought to exist in Africa. I call her Rozi for short. She is a big, fat, cuddle machine!

Thanks for stopping by this week! If you have any good Spring time stories to share, drop a line below!

Take care, free spirits!