Every Day in May challenge, 2017.

For the last two years I have managed to take up the EDM, The Every Day in May Challenge. It has been quite enjoyable if rather time consuming, and difficult to fit in on busy days. However, this year, I had an important big commission to start, so only completed half of the daily painting challenge. So here are the 15 paintings, it ended with the very personal sketch of my husband, John and his Grand daughter, Chloë, who share a 15th May Birthday. In April we travelled to Lambert’s Bay so several of these are inspired by scenery on that trip. The paintings appear in order of the days, from the first picture of the ewe and lamb, painted on the 1st May up till the last one, the portrait of Grandpa and Grand-daughter, on the 15th May.

Sheep at rest

Ewe & lamb resting

Bird Island, Cape Gannets, Lambert's Bay

Cape Gannets, Lambert’s Bay, South Africa

Windmill and dry karoo, near Canarvon.

Dry Karoo near Canarvon.

Harbour, Lambert's Bay

Lambert’s Bay Harbour

Seabirds, Lambert's Bay. SA

Kelp Gulls, and Sacred Ibis, Lambert’s Bay. SA

Sheep, portrait of a ewe.

Ewe’s portrait.

Williston district, old mill and shed.

Old shed and windmill near Williston.

Running Warthogs.

Tails-up ! Warthogs.

Botanical study . Yellow Firethorn

Pyracantha Augustifolia. Yellow Firethorn.

Meercat, wildlife portrait.

Meercat Portrait.

Windmill and agaves, Silvermere

Silvermere scene of Agaves and Windmill.

Canarvon, old cottage.

Old cottage in Canarvon.

Common Grass of South Africa

Red Grass, Themeda Triandra. Rooigras.

Lily Pond. & Numbers 6 : 24 - 26 verse.

The Lord Bless You and Keep You…. ( Lily Pond )

The tortoise with Grandpa and Chloë.

Grandpa, Chloë & the tortoise.

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