The Simplest Art I’ve Ever Created

A few years ago, I saw a beautiful sketch of the Eiffel Tower – one of the many buildings I’ve never seen, but will one day. I took the sketch and painted it. Acrylics are my favorite, bright colors are my second.

Like many things in life, simple is better. First up, the Eiffel Tower…

This past Christmas, my Mom asked me to paint the CN Tower in Toronto, where she and my Dad spent a night of their honeymoon.

Hope you enjoy!

 

Born/bred in MD. Raised in ME. Transplant to FL. Entrepreneur, wife, mama, writer, puppy momma, Scorpio, fitness/nutrition enthusiast, eternal optimist.
I’m a strong, passionate, intense woman who has a thirst for life, knowledge, love, and the never-ending question of the meaning of life. I figure I’m bound to find it sooner or later.

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