Arlene Powers Bird Art and Discussion Site

Black Necked StiltAfter several months of thumb arthritis, and cancer pain, I am needing to do some ART, so………………….. to heck with all the pain stuff, here we go! This Drawing is going to be a couple of Black Necked Stilts. Holding a brush or pen is not working, so it is back to pastel pencil, which should be a good medium for these little cuties. I can maneuver the pencil without bending the thumb with light pressure using wrist motion, so onward and forward! The blending is painful, but I will work through it since these little pastel drawings don’t take as long as a painting or large charcoal drawing.

This is resting week as you have probably guessed. We see the oncologist Monday and should get an updated CEA count since the resumption of chemo. I am back to my Rip Van Winkle impressions during chemo week, probably won’t have a blog update until late in the week after waking up.

We had a nice little rain this evening, which hopefully will cool off some of this 100+ degree weather! Hope it is a LOT cooler for the next blog. Signing off from Bird/Kitty Central…………

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Comments on: "Back in the Saddle Again…..On Stilts" (3)

  1. Thank you Arlene for your recent ‘likes’ on my blog. ( I tried finding a way of private messaging you). ‘ Anxious to see the finished Stilts. I always love seeing your work!

    • Sorry to take so long to answer, this second round has been a little tougher. You are so welcome. You can always email me at arlene.powers@cox.net and I just finished today’s blog with the Stilts almost done! Thanks so much for taking the time to comment!

  2. Bertimus, You’re still my hero!

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