Today is the last day of #WorldWatercolorMonth, and I am proud to say I was able to post an original watercolor every day this month. To celebrate the last day, I’ve been itching to do a semi-abstract cityscape, so here is my version of the Pittsburgh Skyline in a rainbow of Cobalt Teal Blue, Winsor Violet and Quinacridone Gold.
I have lived in the Pittsburgh, PA area my entire life. Though I have moved from suburb to suburb growing up and then after getting married, I have always loved this beautiful, “most-livable” city.
We live in the “country,” but it is only a 30-minute drive to all the wonderful things our city has to offer for arts, entertainment, business, restaurants, sports, rivers, and shopping.
In fact, that is just where we went yesterday to look for bridal gowns, and oh what fun we had! Well, we actually passed through town and went to the “South Hills,” but it was a successful venture, and Liz said “Yes!” to the most beautiful dress! I gasped, then I cried.
I feel so fortunate that both of my boys have found such wonderful young ladies to share their lives with.
Want a sneak peak of the dress????!!
You didn’t think I’d actually show you, did you? But it is under there and in the hands of the beautiful, glowing bride-to-be! A big thanks to Chelsea and Greg and the wonderful folks at Anne Gregory for the Bride for such an amazing experience, we didn’t have to go anywhere else! More time for toasting champagne and celebrating with Liz and her sisters and mom!
Happy Sunday, and happy last day of #WorldWatercolorMonth! I hope you’ve had as much fun as me. (Or maybe you are as relieved as my son Nick that it is over!) Whichever the case, thanks for spending it with me here at lifeinbetween!
Cheers & Hugs,