The challenge for May is camp.
By Yvonne Callaway Sheep are happy-making animals: fun to look at; tasty for the non-vegans; suppliers of warm & resilient wool. And the colours!
Then again, sheep can be, well, menacing. This diptych is an homage to spring – in like a lion and out like a lamb!
By Claudette Vaillancourt Sending you my “sheep” for the month.
These cuties have been hugged, sat on, raced, slept on and still smile ,
A part of my herd, a wonderful painting by fellow artist J Mercier.
A good looking curly sheep amongst the greenery.
By Lynne Ayers I have a LOT of photos of sheep, taken with the intent of planting some of them in my landscape paintings … yet to be done successfully.
Sheep bums … many, many sheep bums.
And the only one I actually painted, which sold 🙂 which I titled “Baaaack Up”
By Bobi Leutschaft Poitras Here’s my submission for Sheep.
I decided to add a little Leutschaft attitude. . .
By Susan Irving Here is my entry for “SHEEP”. (Done quickly with Microsoft DRAW FREE app. ) With a little poem my Mother used to recite to me:
Mary had a little lamb,
Its fleece was black as soot,
And everywhere that Mary went,
His sooty foot
By Milo Smith Sheep were an easy challenge. I particularly like sheep with strong markings. These two with black heads say “Sheep” to me.
By Susan Latreille I didn’t have any recent photos of sheep but when I checked my archives I found these almost 15 yr-old photos snapped at a Glengarry Encore outing of a sheep herding demonstration.
I played around with the photos including adding a softer focus in one, more clarity in the other so they are now current works.
By Isabelle Utovac. I enjoyed using my new box of Colours of the World Crayola crayons. The “kid” in me!
By Barb Lehtiniemi My challenge was to edit a photo I’d taken in 2014. The original photo had a yellow-ish cast from the inadequate barn lighting. I cleared up the tone a bit, and cropped the photo to focus on my subject—a puddle of lambs with their sweet pink ears.
Love your painting Barb A Papa/ Cotton Candy Farm!
Thank you, Suzanne!
Nice to see my husband Bruce Smart and dog included in “sheep”. No sheep or dogs anymore.