Shared Art 3

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I know you’ve been waiting on pins and needles for the third installment of my Paint and Pass pictures (wink, wink). Last week, though, I was busy with my eight-year-old granddaughter, who hadn’t stayed with us for a year due to COVID. I skipped a week of blogging to play with Lulu, but I’m back again full steam.

To refresh your memory, two friends and I played in the studio by spending ten minutes designing our own piece. After ten minutes, we passed our pictures so another person could add to it. We continued to Paint and Pass until we decided enough was enough. In my last two blog posts, I’ve shared the steps that occurred in my friends’ paintings. Here’s how mine changed over time:

Paint and Pass is a fun way to spend time with friends in the studio. Let me know if you try it, too!

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