I fondly remember playing in the green clover lawns sprinkled with white flowers in our yard as a Southern California child. Bees would pick up the pollen from the white flowers, which was our only sign of spring since the weather was pretty much the same all year round. I would always scan the lush, green ground cover for the elusive four-leaf clover, and one day, I found one!
Some traditions say that the three leaves of the clover represent faith, hope, and love. The fourth, of course, is for luck.
We will be painting and doodling watercolor four-leaf clovers for next Monday's mixed-media event!
You will need a sheet of watercolor paper, a pencil, green watercolor, a brush, a black fine-tipped pen, some white ink, or a white pen.
See You Monday, 3/15 at 11 am MST!
Be sure to register for this relaxing, and fun class by clicking here. If you can't make it to any of our classes, you can watch them anytime by clicking on the On-demand events tab.
The Arts and Crafts
Club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creative skills, and share your passion for creativity in a fun and supportive virtual environment.
Karen Elaine Parsons is an artist who loves to craft. Her years of experience as an author, designer, and instructor in the art and craft materials industry has allowed her to discover and share unique experiences in creativity.
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