The Every-Day-In-May Challenge, 2015

The Every-Day-in-May Challenge seems to be quite popular with many artists, but I only discovered the trend this year.  I decided to give it a go, but chose not to use the popular subject prompts. I did a picture every day in May inspired by the day’s events or particular beauty found on that day. So, here are the daily sketches in order from 1 to 31 for the number of days in May. Please note that they are all a uniform size, ( 7.50 x 5.75 inches, or 190 x 145 mm ) They are in a small sketch book that has only 30 pages. The 31st May sketch is on a separate piece of paper measuring , 9.50 x 6.30 inches or 240 x 160 mm. None of these sketches appear in the galleries on the right, so email me if you are keen on purchasing any of them, and quote me the day and number of the drawing.

Pears Soap

Pears Soap

Lynx or Caracal

Lynx or Caracal

Warthogs

Warthogs

Autumn leaves

Autumn leaves

Lamb Races

Lamb Races

Travel Sketch

Travel Sketch

Patricia

Patricia

Nasturtiums

Nasturtiums

Windmill & water tank.

Windmill & water tank.

Egyptian Geese on the dam.

Egyptian Geese on the dam.

Ground Squirrel

Ground Squirrel

Chloë

Chloë

Hill & house.

Hill & house.

Spotted Eagle Owl

Spotted Eagle Owl

My dear husband, John.

My dear husband, John.

Crows on Agaves

Crows on Agaves

Two little Lambs

Two little Lambs

Rose. 'Sheila's Perfume'.

Rose. ‘Sheila’s Perfume’.

Out walking with John.

Out walking with John.

Pair of Steenbuck.

Pair of Steenbuck.

Moonrise reflection, with windmill.

Moonrise reflection, with windmill.

Three White Horses

Three White Horses

Windmill & Pepper Tree

Windmill & Pepper Tree

Sheep arriving for the evening feed.

Sheep arriving for the evening feed.

Laughing Doves

Laughing Doves

Sunset Windmill.

Sunset Windmill.

Persimmons.

Persimmons.

Border Collie, 'Scot'

Border Collie, ‘Scot’

NG Kerk, Burgersdorp. detail.

NG Kerk, Burgersdorp. detail.

pair of Yellow Mongoose.

pair of Yellow Mongoose.

Silvermere, farm road.

Silvermere, farm road.

 

 

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