The plan was to finish the mural on Monday, however it is not done. As you can see I am doing some glazing and blending of the colours to tie it all together.
More time was spent drinking coffee and eating poppy seed cake in the beginning, so I ran out of time. A good visit, so not all was lost. Sometimes you have to make life a priority.
If I were to make one recommendation for the week I would say … surround yourself with supportive people in a nurturing environment who will enhance your spirit. We can learn plenty from unconditionally loving creatures like these little fur babies here. I am grateful for the supportive people in my life who are making a difference.
And we are in double digits here at 11C! Whoo hoo! Off to paint.
Wish me luck! Tomorrow I will have my head in the clouds, literally, even if it is from a step ladder.
A whole day of immersing myself in art dreams, rainbows, birds and clouds. Here’s all my stuff. Do you think I have everything I need? Certainly a larger scale than what I am used to.
I am looking forward to large sweeping brush strokes expanding outwards. Freeing myself from the ‘picky problem’. It’s here, happening now! It is a dream come true. Tired of working for the man, I hope this mural will be the first of many.
Exciting, n’est pas? Someone is paying me to have fun … playing all over their walls. Whoo Hooo. They have promised a steady flow of nectar of the gods (coffee), and I have been invited to stay for dinner.
My first mural. The wall is ten feet by eight feet. Stay tuned for some photos of the escapade as it unfolds. And the finished product, of course.
I had the privilege of going to dinner last night at the home of a couple who had purchased my ‘Purple Iris’ painting. They wanted me to see it framed.
Good conversation, in a relaxed setting, we enjoyed an amazing meal of West Indian curry. Although I had known these people for sometime, this was the first opportunity we’d had to socialize.
When I saw it hanging in it’s place of honour, all I could say was, “Wow, did I do that?” Their love for the work, was obvious as we observed the way the light was reflected when viewing from different angles. I was in awe.
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