Welcome! This blog began as an assignment in a digital art class. That was in 2008. I decided to keep it going as my art journal. It is fascinating for me to see how a painting develops, so this is where I post my painting progressions and exciting new things I find on creative blogs and websites. I hope you will learn along with me about painting, drawing and all kinds of art.

3.03.2017

Thinking II


Today is the opening of our group show!

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I am sick and could not go ...


So anyway, here is the blown up version 
of my last post (Feb 26th) - a small 6 x 8 inch one called Thinking. This one is bigger!



Thinking II        Oil on canvas        24 x 36 inches





I got some great comments when I asked what you thought that couple was thinking!



Matt made scones for the opening and took a couple of photos for me.
I am sad to have had to stay home, 
but am very glad my two partners are there representing!
Thank you Barbara and Timi for doing this cool show with me! 
I will post a couple of their paintings here on my blog after asking permission.


Thank you for checking in to this sporadic blog! 
I am going to be blogging and posting my JAHC show paintings
 and (if I have them ... ) their progress shots.

Spring is on the way! I think ... there are about 8 inches of snow out here, so ...
positive sunny thoughts everyone :)


2 comments:

Chris Lally said...

Oh, noooooooooooo! Was hoping to hear all about it, but maybe your husband's photos will turn out. This larger painting (so creative) is probably looking fabulous at your group show.

And I love your sporadic blog. I happen to have one myself...

Hoping these warm thoughts will help you get well soon, Teri, and melt some of that snow, too! Take good care.

Teri said...

Thank you so much Chris! I am feeling a teensy bit better this morning, not coughing so much and even able to drink coffee! It must be those warm thoughts! Glad you like "Thinking II" - I will post some show photos as soon as we can get over there. (Matt's have lots of people but you're not really able to see the paintings.)