Keep in mind I do use the term "daily" rather loosely. It could be weekly or monthly. (Insert your own joke about pms) I never really know when I will have the time or mood will hit me just to sit and wax philosophical.
The muse was rather kind to me today and I've worked a bit on both paintings.
I spent a rather peaceful lovely day off today. Painted most of the day and did relatively little housework.. It was the kind of day I truly enjoy, but I must go to work tomorrow.
I’m working on two pieces right now. One is a portrait of a gentleman from the art center that makes marionettes and the other is an abstract of the woodpile.
Nothing much else is going on, the 16 yr old DD got her driver’s license this past weekend and has been terrorizing the roads. The 13 y.o. DS got 2 deer over the weekend while on a hunting excursion with my brother and the 12 y.o. is steadily practicing basketball. The 5’9” 12 y.o. that is about 3.5” taller than me.
Than never. I'm a little behind, ALWAYS :) I participated in the Juried show in Crawfordsville, In this past fall. I had a great time and it is a very nice show put on by a dedicated art league. Accepted into the show were "Maiko" (watercolor on yupo on the left) and Prairie Storm (Watercolor on the right).
Posted by Lori Barton at 12:54 PM
Back to the Fifties Festival art show best of show winners. I don't know all these people but can say I felt very honored to be selected along with such fine work. For those of you who don't know me I am the third from the left. I received a best in show in the Watercolor category for my water color on yupo titled "She Turned Around".
Posted by Lori Barton at 1:50 PM