Welcome to the monthly theme for April. Artwork and comments welcome from everyone!!!!
This month's theme is - Flower Power

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I can't wait to see how you interpret this - painting, drawing, collage etc... so many opportunities for all.

Jane......xx

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Excellent rose, Kendra. Simply beautiful~

Kendra Stone said:

Spring's not quite here Michigan yet.

thanks Judith, I am sixties child.

Judith M Mosley said:

I love t h e flowers on t h e elephant. Your work has a 60s vibe.

Sandi Vince said:

beautiful work Mary, you have been very busy with all the work you have been doing this month.

Mary Rogers said:

Colored pencil, 8x10. "Cherry Blossoms."

Rusty is so funny, he is showing you that he can do garden work as well.  Like father like son haha

Paul Dodd said:

Now this flower burying in the garden thing need rusty and me to cooperate  a bit better,  I   don't  think rusty trusts my judgement  on where some late flowering bulbs need to be buried and I don't  think he he trusts my weeding skills either because as soon as I finish one planter and move on  he slips In behind me and digs it all over again

Rusty can be a bit of a pain somewhere, normally my back as it doesn't like bending but he is funny


Sandi Vince said:

Rusty is so funny, he is showing you that he can do garden work as well.  Like father like son haha

Paul Dodd said:

Now this flower burying in the garden thing need rusty and me to cooperate  a bit better,  I   don't  think rusty trusts my judgement  on where some late flowering bulbs need to be buried and I don't  think he he trusts my weeding skills either because as soon as I finish one planter and move on  he slips In behind me and digs it all over again

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an cartoon for a writer for a childrens short story "Adventure of Flower Power". the worlds first flower super hero. waiting for the release date on the book. 

oops! looks like i need to edit that. thanks letting me know cheekjyane.(Thumbs up)

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