I am inspired to drive my car off into distant lands, forage in the forest and pull every weed in my garden by hand in preparation for this year's crop.
Time can and will escape me.
With all this action floating around in my head, I suddenly was called in for Jury Duty. I was fortunate enough to get picked to sit on a Jury as Juror #11. It was an experience, and I certainly learned a lot! It really is nothing like being a juror on Ally McBeal. No quirky nose whistling, and No singing AT ALL.
Since my last post, I have conquered some of my spring tasks.
|Garden - Planted!|
|New Display Panels - Built!|
|New Panels for Future Paintings - Built!|
|Greta Gnatek Redzko's Painting "Lauren" is now cradled, varnished and hung - Done!|
I had a very unique and eye opening opportunity, inspired by Treasure Valley Artist Alliance's newest exhibition "Four Eyes, an Optical Collusion" (don't you just love the name?) Mike Chambers and I worked together on one canvas to bring about our piece "Getaway Bike" full of little jibbly bits hidden in the scenery. Come to the show's opening reception at BSU Radio Stations June 6th from 5-8 p.m. to find Waldo in our piece! Free, all ages.
|We started by working on the panel together, then each of us got a day with it. We finished it together.|
|Signing our finished panel!|
Pam McKnight, Jaki Kats Ashford and I also worked on a collaborative piece that will be included in the show. I am grateful for both experiences, and very glad I got to work with everyone involved. Exhibition runs through August 7th.
|Coming Up Next!|
24" x 24"
Oil on Panel
24" x 24"
Mixed Media on Panel
I hope to see yo there! Until then - Enjoy your day!