I mentioned, in a previous post, Ladybugs, a quaint garden shop, that used to be open at the Factory. It closed its doors this summer, along with the wonderful book store Shakespeare and Co. I sat on the bench right in front of the shop’s window just a week or two before it closed, to draw and paint this. I could see some of the stuff inside…hence, the ladder. The window is beautifully framed by an ivy vine, pots of flowers, and a hanging fern.
I hope something wonderful comes to fill the empty spot.
Remember: If you’d like to peruse all the drawings thus far of my little town of Kernersville, click on the category in the right hand margin titled France Under My Feet. 🙂
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Love your paintings of Little France! They have a feel good quality about them! Thank you for sharing!
And thank you for visiting!!
That’s fantastic! So vivid, colorful and full of life!
I think I should do it too.
I hope something wonderful fills the spot and you show it to us with another marvelous sketch! Wonderful color and energy!
Makes one want to sit on that bench again to enjoy that wonderful little shop. At least you saved a wonderful artful memory of it.
The word that came to mind when I first saw this was “exuberant”. The colors and shapes just pop off the page. Lovely!
Thank you Lynn! Lovely words to make my day!