Ha - a good catchall for this post which was delayed by circumstances beyond my control. Sunday's art opening was a big success -- a number of sales (not mine, alas) and a great turnout that was a steady stream all afternoon.
Here are two of Susan Lisbin's paintings. She is one of my favorite artists and some day I'd love to own another piece of her work.
her website. I wish I could figure out how to be more minimalist and still convey a narrative or an emotion. Shall have to work on that.
Susanna Baker is a printmaker who combines her work with encaustic and is doing some interesting things. This diptich is very strong, with an organic feel that leaves it open to a lot of interpretation.
Yvette Lucas does some of the most beautiful,serene, contemplative photography and solar plate etchings I have ever seen. I particularly love her tree portraits. I didn't get pictures of the whole exhibit, since I had to use my iPhone and many didn't really come out well, so this is just a tiny taste.
Today started out rainy and became sunny but very cold and windy later on. I left the house to go to the mailbox and that was It. Paid bills and got started on tax stuff, so at least I feel I have made a dent in the must-do list. A small dent, but better than none at all. Another early night for me - brain dead after all that boring inputting into Quicken. Do not ask me why I don't do it as I go along, each month.