Category Archives: Curated Collections
Finally, Autumn is officially here!
Right now, we are still recovering from Hurricane Florence, so my fall plans may have to be put on hold this year. So make me jealous by telling my about your plans instead. What are you most looking forward to in the next few months?
Dreams Collection and Fingerless Mitts, and Yoga on the Beach
Dreamy pinks, blues, black and white, pretty skies, foggy rocks, mysterious forests. Check out my Dreams Collection found on Society6.Working on a pair of fingerless mitts, Six Degrees of Separation
I started this pretty pair of mitts this week, even though I have several projects going (always!). I just wanted something quick, and is a great pretty little project.
I go through phases where I knit or crochet alot, and then not at all. I feel like over the year I was going through my yoga teacher training everything else got moved to the back burner. It was alot of work, but mostly I just felt like it was hanging over my head to get it done. And I did, I think it actually took me 7 or 8 months, but when I started I thought it would only take 2. But I finished in February, and received my certification about a month later.
Speaking of yoga, starting on Thursday, June 28, I will be teaching Yoga on the Beach on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, so if you are in the Atlantic Beach, NC area, this is a great way to start your day.
Beachy Artwork and Queen Anne’s Lace
I can’t believe we’re already halfway through June! I would have liked more time to enjoy this spring, but so far summer has been pretty nice. I’ve been spending more time over at Atlantic Beach, one of the Outer Banks barrier islands and only about 15 minutes from my house.
Check out these pretty, beachy artworks here: https://society6.com/ryanmcgurl/collection/summer-by-the-sea Aren’t these Queen Anne’s Lace pretty? I spotted these growing on the side of the road, and just had to take some photos.
I love this time of year, and watching different flowers come into bloom every week. This week, its’ the Wisteria vines.
Check out these pretty artworks inspired by spring here on Society6
Winter and Valentine Artwork Collections
This week, I’ve been looking forward to a trip up North next month and working on Valentine’s Day designs, so I made two collections, one winter and one valentine. Enjoy!
Winter on Society6
Winter Art Collection
Check out all this pretty, winter inspired artwork here on Society6.
Winter Artwork Collection
I’m a bit disorganized this week, but it feels great to be getting back to normal after the holidays! And we actually got snow yesterday. We only got about 3 inches, and its so pretty, even if it has started melting already. Its the first time I’ve seen actual accumulation on the ground since I’ve lived here. Obviously, this storm wasn’t as big a problem for us as for other parts of the country, like my parents, who live just outside of Boston and had their street flooded. The real problem here is that the cities don’t have the equipment to clear the roads, and because the temperatures tend to be right near freezing, we get alot of black ice.
And until I finish editing my own snowy photos, here are some pretty winter artworks I found on Society6.
Curated Collection, Autumn
I’ve actually been working on Christmas stuff this week, which seems unbelievable to me because its still mid October. But I want to have any new artwork and greeting cards for the holidays finished and posted by early November. And I really should get my Christmas knitting started. Actually should have started that months ago. At the same time I’m still taking fall photos. Can you tell I’m a little discombobulated right now?
So here are some lovely fall artworks for you to enjoy. Check out the whole collection here on Society6.
Curated Collection, Autumn
I didn’t get to post a collection of artwork this weekend, because I was out of town visiting family near Boston. So, a few days late, here are my picks of beautiful, autumn themed artwork.
This week, I’m loving gorgeous bright reds. See the whole collection here, on Society6.