My goodness, it’s November already? I have no idea where the time goes. Days are full of caretaking and dog feeding and working and organizing and cooking and cleaning and and and…
I bet you thought I was going to whine again about how I never have time to make art, didn’t you? 🙂
Believe it or not, I actually have been arting. Here’s what I’ve been up to:
- Playing with faces. I find it a struggle, but am learning more each time I attempt something. Once I can get myself going, I find it quite fun!
- I took a photo of the sky from the window of the men’s room at PRAC. I loved the way the window framed that bit of blue, with puffy white clouds. Fran encouraged me to paint it, which I hadn’t even thought I could do. So far I did a watercolor and I love it. Will attempt acrylics next.
- Mary. I’ve been finishing up two pieces for our December exhibit, The Mary Show. The theme is representations of The Blessed Mother, Mother Earth, Gaia, whomever it is that the artist chooses. I’m ever so excited about the show…it’s going to be something special.
- The Sketchbook Project. Hosted by the Art Co-op at Brooklyn Museum of Art, I have until mid-January to finish a blank sketchbook. This will go on tour with the rest of the sketchbooks and will also be archived in the Art Library at the museum. NEAT! I don’t have photos of that yet, but intend to record my progress here.
Now I am off to finish some paperwork and head to the studio. It’s Fort Collins’ first snow and I’m so excited. I love the feel of the center on a gray, wet day. Perfectly cozy for viewing and making art!