|Our old apricot tree, which dropped it's brilliant yellow leaves when the snow came|
...enough for the fallen leaves to shout their last bits of autumn brilliance before colors become muted and disappear into the greys of winter.
So I spent some time painting the last bits of autumn. This was a little piece I did 90% of en plein aire at the lake where our cabin is several weeks ago, and I added a bit to it in the studio on Sunday.
I have also drawn up the cartoon for the next calendar tapestry, and it is also rich with the colors of fall, as it will be the "October" tapestry. So keep visiting here, as I will be posting it in progress as I begin weaving it soon!
We are having the roof of our old house re-shingled, and the noise is keeping Booker right under my feet. I don't usually let him in the studio, as he is pretty hairy. So we are trying to work that issue out, as I avoid tripping over him all day long. So far, we spend the loud scary days out running errands or in the basement, doing laundry or knitting. I'm hoping it won't be too much longer before the roofing is done, so I can be in the studio during daylight, weekday hours again! The roofers are trying to beat winter as well, so hopefully I will be in the studio by next week. Booker and I are keeping fingers and paws crossed, at any rate. In the meantime, we are keeping warm and enjoying the beauty of the transition from one season to another.