Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Birdsong and Peas

These are my first ever peas I've grown, so please don't laugh at how few there are! All the other plants were eaten by a slug army. I should have known better and next time I will, you can be sure of that!Here's a watercolour painting I did of a guitar playing bird, even the plants are dancing to the lovely birdsong! It's approx. 29 x 21cm in size and painted with the best quality materials.
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13 comments:

Dyche Designs said...

Oooh I love fresh peas, I used to eat all the ones that my grandmother would grow in her garden.

Beautiful painting too. :0)

Dyche Designs said...

Oooh I love fresh peas, I used to eat all the ones that my grandmother would grow in her garden.

Beautiful painting too. :0)

Jess *^_^* said...

Hi Kathryn, me too and it's not often I see them in the shops still in their pods so I hope I get some more growing soon too! Thankyou :)

Felicity said...

we're growing peas too! your painting reminds me a bit of the owl and the pussy cat! fliss xxx

Jess *^_^* said...

Hi Fliss, I did a painting of the Owl and the Pussycat too! :)

Kerri said...

what a unique song bird that sings AND plays the guitar!! my kind of girl! :)

M.M.E. said...

What a whimsical painting! It's nice to meet another artist.

Jess *^_^* said...

Thanks so much Kerri and Megan! :)

Evangelina Prieto said...

Wonderful and magic as always, thanks for this beauty, make me dream.
Hugs

Jess *^_^* said...

You're welcome Evangelina, thanks so much :)

Rosie said...

They are doing much better than my peas. I don't even have pods yet. But I do have many, many gherkins...help.

Jess *^_^* said...

I must remember to pick them before they start shrivelling! I wouldn't know what to do with a gherkin even if I had one!

Carol said...

Hey, the peas look darn good to me. Just clear out the slugs each day and/or build you a raised bed for planting. We do slug patrol everyday when they are present. I just hate it when someone takes upon themselves to eat what I've planted before I even get to taste it.