1.19.2011

Rainy day



It's been raining and cloudy since yesterday.
The sky is gray and it is hard to motivate myself.... I feel a bit weak.
Hope the sun will come up soon.




Do you know about ARTLOG? I came across this site yesterday and it looks like an interesting site where art lovers can find new artworks, galleries and artists.


27 comments:

Joyce said...

I hope the sun comes out soon to give you energy. Thanks for the new site, I will visit it. xo

Leslie said...

i would send you some of my florida sun if i could! feel better...

Janine said...

Your sea urchins are so pretty :) Hope it's sunny soon...

Claire said...

The sky is grey here too... And maybe the snow will come back again...
I love the yellow drawing... So cute!

le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Even a rainy day is full of light with you!
Thanks for the interesting link too!

I wish you a sunny day

melski said...

these are just lovely! hope the sun comes out soon to dry up all the rain...

Dorte said...

yellow is such a good color for grey days :)

.María Florencia Murillo. said...

don´t worry Natsumi, I bet sun will come up soon...^^)

Leslie in Adams Morgan said...

I love your artwork. It's so minimalist and quiet, always gives me a feeling of contentment.

Yanyan said...

Hope sun will return soon. I am easily get impacted by weather, so I was very happy a few days ago, the weather was fantastic but today I am feeling a bit blue because the weather is grey and cold :) Love your gentle rain drop drawing

Line said...

wow!!!!

ibb said...

Hope sun has come out today, just to inspire you a bit, as your work is always so fresh and full of colour...
TAke drops into colour!

lespommettesduchat said...

Chez moi il neige, et j'ai hâte aussi de voir revenir le soleil !

J'aime tes dessins si délicats...
A bientôt :)

jane said...

you´ve brightened my day girlfriend!
xxx

Françoise said...

I'm waiting for the sun too, but we will have snow tonight. I love your yellow drawings, they are the colour of springtime. :-)
Have a nice day.

aniadots said...

Here the sun came out today. Last days was really foggy and cold. Hope the spring is comming.
have a nice day.

Jan said...

Hiya N.,
Gosh, you have such a nice group of blog followers here ... everybody wishing that you get more sun.

Me, I found the sun in your beautiful creations. I love the honeycomb design ... it inspires me. Bees in the trees whisper ... something? lol. Don't have a direction with that, rather I am just being silly.

Will check-out that site you mentioned (ta!), and if you visit my art blog you will see that I created a post just for YOU (in answer to your question!)

May the sun always shine in your heart,
Jan
www.ivegottadraw.blogspot.com

naomemandeflores said...

Thanks for the Artlog tip, I loved it!

Your paintings/drawings are becoming prettier every day!


Camila F.

stef et sa belette said...

i love it !
like a sunshine !

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La trollette said...

Yesterday morning (for me) a friend of mine (living in New Jersey) told me it was snowing in NYC.
Hope the sun came out during the day.

it's interesting you draw a beehive, 'cause honey is for me the sun put in a jar and each time I need some light, I spread honey over a buttered slice of bread and after eating it, I feel like the sun is shining thru me!
If you don't do that already, you should try, it's really working!
Lots of kisses from rainy Paris!

Ritva said...

that yellow!
thank you dear natsumi!
take care!

at swim-two-birds said...

i need more sun too!
love that yellow :^)

Karolina said...

Oh I wish I had your way of seeing the world... :)

<3
K

Lollipop said...

lovely, thanks the rain ;-)

Anne Marie said...

Delightful yellow light drawings... Love it!