New watercolor and gouache painting, with two hair color variations 🙂 Light is the original, and Dark painted in Photoshop.
My 3-year-old and I painted some peg dolls after breakfast - our first-ever foray into the art. She painted much, much faster than I did... but, apparently, neither of us thought arms necessary!
***Contest Closed*** Together with my friend Megan of Pycnocline and Dixie of May Queen Quilts, I am hosting a COLORING CONTEST of my original May Queen coloring page. Normally in my shop, it's free this week only so you all can participate in our contest!!! Print out and color MAY QUEEN, snap a pic, and… Continue reading May Queen Coloring Contest!
Just letting y'all know, this weekend (Saturday May 12 @ 11 am EST — Monday May 14 @ 1 pm EST) I have joined up with a bunch of my Catholic women artist friends to put together a giveaway with a pile of prizes worth over $500! My shop, Delphina Rose Art, is giving away… Continue reading Mothers’ Day Giveaway featuring Catholic Women Artisans!
After much searching, I found a Latin chant version of the Apostles' Creed. A chant version of this is not commonly known, so I thought it would be useful to learn and record it, as it is the Creed that should be sung at the beginning of the Rosary, if you're the type to attempt… Continue reading Apostles’ Creed in Latin – Gregorian chant (Credo in Deum)
I finished a new 18"x24" watercolor painting for my daughter's room. She requested something very pink and very flowery, so here it is! It's available as fine art giclee prints in my shop, and also as PREORDER greeting cards now through May 26th. (After that, cards will be discontinued for the forseeable future, because of… Continue reading ‘Mystical Rose’ – New Painting
Discovered the other day that our corridor has excellent acoustics, which enables my phone to record decent sound. So I am making a series of a cappella chant videos - if you'd like to hear more, please subscribe to my YouTube channel! ♥ First I have O Viridissima Virga by St. Hildegard von Bingen (text, translation,… Continue reading Gregorian Chant – YouTube