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Thursday, April 02, 2015

Hunting the Hot Stuff

I have not had time to do my pastel practice so I sketched this morning on my iPad with ArtRage so that I could sketch with "pastels".  On the program you can record and choose your media and paper or surface.  Interesting and a challenge.  I didn't take time to see how to play the recording. Another day.

For Scavenger Hunt 399 http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1375890
Number 8, jar - sliced jalepeños from HEB.  I was wondering why they weren't very hot and today as I was looking more intently at the jar, I see is says "MILD" .  No wonder!  I hadn't thought about jalepeños coming in mild.  I know green chile comes in all states of "hot".  Duh!
Number 9, bottle - Hot oil for our Chinese food.

Now back to taxes.  I'm working on Income Taxes.  Texas requires me to pay property tax on my "art supplies" for business.  So I am figuring how much I have in inventory, my equipment and supplies.  It has to be reported by April 15 also.  My inventory goes on the Income Tax as well, so convenient to do them at the same time.

Here is a bluebonnet painting for the season from the archives, 2006.  The photo is small, I wasn't keeping all my old photos on this computer so the original photo burned.  It was a donation to the Food Pantry fundraiser so the painting probably belongs to someone in Bastrop.  It may have burned, too.  I wonder?

Roadside Blues
Acrylic on Canvas, 10 x 8 inches









5 comments:

Bag Blog said...

Those "mild" green chilies we bought in Taos were probably "hot." I think the whatever you say you want, the salesperson says that's what they are. But the chilies are good.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

Not a big spicy fan, my eyes are watering at the thought of eating even mild jalapeños :p

great job with the bottles, really nice shine on them :)

Joanna said...

I hope the painting didn't burn and that someone's enjoying it!

Jo Castillo said...

Bag Blog, Sometimes that is true. We bought some medium in Socorro and they were hot as well. I saw a sign in Austin for New Mexico chile, went in and asked how hot it was and where in New Mexico it was from. Chile is chile, he said, it is grown in Fredericksburg from New Mexico seeds. Hardly the same.....

Jennifer Rose, those are super mild. Like pickle relish. :) Thanks.

Joanna, maybe someone will let me know about the painting.

Joan Tavolott said...

I like seeing a piece of your artwork from the past. I hope it survived the fire.

You do such great sketches on your iPad!

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I Grew up in a small town , Magdalena, New Mexico. I enjoy art and the pleasure other people get from my work. I always donate some of my sales and art to charities, especially for children. That started in Bolivia with Para los Niños. (Link on sidebar) "I cannot pretend to feel impartial about colors. I rejoice with the brilliant ones and am genuinely sorry for the poor browns." -- Winston Churchill