Pictured above: Water’s Edge, Acrylic and Watercolor Crayon on Canvas, Three 20 x 48 in. panels
I hope October treated you well. To me, there’s nothing like the magic of the first couple of snow falls.
About six months ago, I made a goal – to create 24 masterpiece paintings by the end of September and I am thrilled to say I reached my goal so I will have lots of work to choose from for my next exhibit…
February will be here in no time!
February 15 – Opening Night 6-9 pm Drinks and Snacks
It was also nice to take a break from social media for four days. I highly recommend it.
While in Santa Fe, I strolled along Canyon Road and stopped in to explore many of the gorgeous galleries, talking with gallery managers and owners. I know quite a few Colorado artists who have work in the galleries and it was great to see their work so beautifully displayed.
My artist friend, fellow traveler, and Santa Fe roommate and I drove back on a freezing, snowy, slippery Sunday night and witnessed way too many cars flipped or off the road so we were extra thankful to get home safely. It was an abrupt welcome to winter.
Once back home, I got back to work to finish the three large commissions I had for Lewis Art Consulting in Denver. These were a wonderful challenge for me. I absolutely love working with their amazing team and am looking forward to seeing all of the artists’ work installed in the Spectrum building south of Denver.
I have been exploring a new painting endeavor — creating a painting for a person’s personal life journey, with messages to help remind them of their path to growth and integration. It is exciting to meld my passion for personal growth and learning with my love of creating art, and there’s been a lot of interest in these personal paintings, even though they are still in the experimentation stage.
Hope you enjoy the shift into this new, cooler season, and I wish you good health and good spirits until next time!