Sometimes it seems that that's what we do. Anyway, today I painted at the Cox Reservation in Essex. I arrived early as rain was in the forecast and painted from 9 to about 1 and it didn't rain. Yes!
It was cold and windy however, and when I left I had to rush to get a hot soup to thaw myself out.
I dropped off another painting at Rockport Art Association to replace the one that sold. Yes! again.
And that's where I had my soup at the coffee shop nearby.
Someone wrote to ask about buying a painting from my show up at the Rhythm Cafe. I guess I'll have to see why they aren't informing the customers. Maybe they are too busy. When I was there the other day, they were very busy.
I received an email from the person who bought my Heart Candy Box painting, and she said very nice things about seeing it in person. Yea
Tonight at 7 I'm off to a reception at Newburyport Art Association for the current show and I'm meeting a friend, Anne, who is coming along with me.
The painting I started this morning at Cox is a big one for outdoors, 18x24". I'd send along a photo of the view, but my camera battery died. Darn it, just now, I remembered that you can use your phone to take photos. Da