Oh. Is Halloween over already? What a busy summer slipped by me--again. I have had a lot of fun painting watercolors of fairies. After a workshop in New Mexico, and before, I struggled with media overload syndrome. That's my problem, because I can't give up pastels, or watercolors, or oils, or on and on. I really needed to do lots of watercolor to get the feel of it again. Therefore the fairies. It has been good. Nothing better than being behind the brush.
Another show at the Apple Shed this November (and a bit of October) has been successful. Drop by if you are in the neighborhood. On December first Connie Williams becomes the artist of the month, with a round of gratitude to all the artists commissioned in the Apple Shed. This is shown in an opening display of work by all the artists, as well as a delightful table of delectable goodies from the Deli. So there we go again. I will have a few more new paintings up in December. The gathering is from 2-4 Saturday afternoon in the Heritage Room, December 6. A great chance to meet many of the Apple Shed artists. It has been a busy year. Here's to ending it with flair.
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