I have counted the pages in my DailyScapes sketchbook and there are 93. {Which is weird.}

As I type I’m on Day 67 so there’s about a month to go. I’m still faithfully trundling upstairs to the studio every day to make a tiny piece of art , and by this stage it’s definitely become a part of my day.

Sometimes I almost forget, but impending dusk tends to have a Pavlovian effect and I run up to do my scape before the sun goes down!

You can see more DailyScapes here, here and here.

This is by no means all the scapes I’ve made since the last post; it’s just a selection of my favourites.

dailyscape by tara leaver

soft pastels

dailyscape by tara leaver

soft pastels

dailyscape by tara leaver

ink and feather + water and paintbrush

dailyscape by tara leaver

watercolours, ink and feather

dailyscape by tara leaver

acrylics + fingers and ink + feather

dailyscape by tara leaver

oil pastels

dailyscape by tara leaver

Caran d’Ache Neocolors

dailyscape by tara leaver

soft pastels

dailyscape by tara leaver

Sennelier oil pastels {a new purchase and a revelation!}

dailyscape by tara leaver

Sennelier oil pastels and olive oil {an experiment!}

dailyscape by tara leaver

Sennelier oil pastels

dailyscape by tara leaver

inks and feather

dailyscape by tara leaver

acrylics and gesso

As you can see, one of the many great things about this project is it doesn’t restrict me to a certain style or medium. If I see something during the day – perhaps on Pinterest or out in the world – that I want to try out, I can do that. Or I can do something I know I always love doing. Or I can try something out to see if it’ll work. It’s the perfect lab for art experimentation.

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