Well, it’s winter, and we had a long weekend. So we did what anyone would do. That’s right, paint a mural in the kitchen. What? You mean you didn’t do that? It’s all the rage, at least at our house it is. I pulled out some wall paint we have from painting around the house and some old paint and hobby brushes and just started painting. It was all done in a very loose way to capture a feel, rather than be a photo realistic painting. That’s my excuse for the smudge style, and I am sticking to it.
I did the bulk of it a while back over a weekend and this weekend finished it off with some buildings and boats. The mural is filling a horrible blank soffit area that was a deadly black hole of nothingness. This way when you walk into the kitchen you get a view of the Reedville area on Cockrell’s Creek the way I see it. Each boat is an actual boat that is here by the way.
So there ya have it, no boat shows or restorations, just kitchen Woodyness now. I think we have officially reached the end of things to talk about, considering the kitchen sink is involved.
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