I watched this woman all afternoon. She spent much of the time submerged in the pool water visiting with her friends/family. Finally she crawled out of the pool and into her chair, leaned back, took a deep breath, and stayed there for at least another hour. She may not be much of a swimmer but she is a sun lover.
Relaxing in the heat of the full sun is not something I can do. I bet she has a "screw it" attitude. Gotta admire that!
Often I know the name of a painting before I even start. This one has me stumped. Anybody have a suggestion?
The members of Karin Jurick's Hilton Head workshop thought it would be a great idea to paint mugshots of each other. We each mugged for the camera and we will paint one a week until we get through the class. I fear that I will have lost a few new friends when all my mugs are blogged.
This first mug is of Karin. The noble leader of our little prison gang. If you want to see what a really great mug should look like, check out Karin's blog, as well as, some of my other blogging friends.
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HERE IS IT
Welcome to my first blog. I have a new group of artist friends that I met at Karin Jurick's workshop. We painted hard, learned much, and had a great time. They told me that I "must blog", so here I go.
I had an art show yesterday in Kiawah Island, S.C. Why is it that the paintings you would like to have around a little longer are always the first to sell? I'm not complaining. Selling is the name of the game, but it is an observation.
I sold this painting of a house on Queen St. in Charleston. It is the latest in my series "Homes with Attitude".