Sunday, August 19, 2012


It's Sunday.  Time to share some new viewers/followers who have joined to watch my site who also have blogs of their own.  I think you'll enjoy this trio of artists!

1.  Natal, Ideas de Regalos is just one blog of artist, Natalia Melnikova.  She is English, was born and studied in Russia, and now lives in Spain!  And you'll love her watercolors.  Her pet portraits, her still lifes, all of it.  She also has a blog called Para Siempre Jamas.  Visit the first blog and link to the other.  Her work will make you smile. 

2.  Konstantina Polychroniou has a self-titled blog where she shares her work with us.  Visit her and tell her how good her latest painting is - she doesn't seem to like it, but I do.  Her name sounds Greek or Turkish or...not sure but she's living in Liverpool, England right now.

3.  Last, but definitely not least, is the Edinburgh artist, Ingrid Ormestad (another transplanted artist living in a country different from her birth?).  If you love flowers and well painted florals, visit her blog.  And take some time to scroll down to see how lovely brown Bosc pears can be painted in the hands of someone who knows what she's doing :)

Three women living varied lives, but all creating beauty in their new homes!

Now time to do a bit of house-cleaning, getting ready for my FOUR beginner students on Tuesday!!


KonstantinaP said...

Dear Rhonda, I kindly thank you! Your words encouraged me greatly and coming from you are a great compliment for me.
Your first guess is right, I'm from Athens, Greece. This got me thinking I haven't shared many information about me- I'll change that soon.
Warm regards.x

Sharon Whitley said...

3 great artists - Ingrid and Konstantina I'm already following and now thanks to you I'm following no.1 too!

RH Carpenter said...

You are so welcome, Konstantina :) I love sharing new blogs with others!

Sharon, so glad you have found a new blog through my Sunday Sharing.

Nora MacPhail said...

Thanks for sharing these artists with us. It's always wonderful to find new inspirations. Have a great artsy week.

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Nora - wishing you an artful week, too!