by Brenda Sutton Mader, My Winter Project
My pottery studio closes down each winter in Alexandria, but the creative juices still flow. This past winter I focused on painting four Adirondack chairs purchased for our new fire fire pit. I saw them as a blank canvas and decided to make them look inviting.
This was a fun project but . . . no commissions please, just something I enjoy doing for myself!
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What a great idea! Your chairs are so delightful, beautiful and unique, Brenda!
Thank you for all your comments, fun to do,
Lovely idea Brenda! Brightens up the garden even more. Great job!
Love this! What a great idea and so inviting. I’ll bring the sangria 🙂
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Fabulous, Brenda! Everything is a canvas.
Great job Brenda…I did that to a fence once and it sure changes the feeling of the area…very welcoming
Very impressive work Brenda. What a lovely project.
Thank you for all your comments, Brenda