The drawing sometimes strays onto the table top, or the floor, or even the bedsheets, but she is learning about where we will accept it.
She draws when we visit places. Handfuls of coloured pencils that we sometimes need to pry from her grasp when we are leaving.
One of her favourite places to draw is out of doors. The garden wall is her largest work to date, an ever-evolving mural that changes as she adds to it and as the weather takes parts of it away.
Lately, she is experimenting with new types of canvas. Faces.
The primal, human urge to make her mark is so strong within her. I can hardly wait to see how it will develop.
The exhibition has opened and the night went well. The photographer was happy, (phew) and there were lots of people interested in the charity's work. It runs until Nov. 18th if you'd like to pop in for a peep.
The swap package is in the post (finally). Look here for a sneak peek from my new friend Heather in Colorado, of what might be in my package. I can't wait until it arrives!
Samhain is almost here.