As a wildlife artist I was keenly interested in your rock painting a chance to move from canvas for awhile. So I got a couple of your books and am planning to get out in the area and find some rocks. I think it would be a novel idea for my model train scenery etc.
Where can I find the deco art paint.
I have most of your books. I painted the stepping stones.However now they are fading. How can I protect the from fading out doors.
i am interested in starting to paint rocks, my grandkids really enjoyed a book i had burrowed from a friend and thinking of byuying a few where can i get them , i live in canada
Do you have a deer rock you can sell for not too much money. My husband ,daughter and I found a baby deer full of parasites in the cemetery while we were walking our dog. She named it Kay as that was the name on the grave stone it was laying on. Ellie is only eleven. She cried over Kay as she lay in our arms struggling to breath and told her...that the best was yet to come! I was bawling it was pouring rAin and thundering and lightning. We were sitting on the ground in the mud and she just wanted to stay with Kay until she passed. Police and animal rescue had no advice but to let her be.... We couldn’t. ....Kay is gone, but when I saw your deer rock..it hit me. Not how sad the situation was but how tender selfless and loving
my daughter Ellie is. And how confident she is in the Lord. Please consider my request to sell the smallest deer rock you have. If it is possible.
Lin Wellford shares her thoughts on painting, rocks, art, and the joys of creativity