Boston Interior Designer Jeanne Finnerty of Finnerty Design selected one of my floral paintings for a cameo appearance above the commode in a house featured on HGTV “A Renovation Lesson” HHRenovation, season 14, episode 12. Find it on a TV near you!
The secret to being a bore is to tell everything.— Voltaire (1694 – 1778) And so we eliminate details, aiming just for the essentials. Andrea and Paul were terrific models and I went 3 hours without checking my phone. I added the gouache to the drawing of Andrea at home. My studio assistant was ofContinue reading “Time for focus, so I’m off to Mass Art and Catherine Kehoe’s The Head Examined.”
I’m back in the Southwest! Painting, making cookies, watching Jeopardy with my mom, and generally being a nuisance. It’s been cooler and more intermittently cloudy than I expected. Sante Fe was spectacularly snow covered. Tomorrow to Las Cruces to visit with small children and meet a couple of bull dogs.
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year! I’ll blog next from New Mexico.
Open Studios at the StoveFactory, 523 Medford St, Charlestown MA, are December 1 & 2, 11am – 5pm, so this is my annual must clean and find the floors week. Stop by this weekend and see how well I did!
First thanks Nicky! Without your help and guidance I’d still be knee deep in bubble wrap! I’ll be here tomorrow and Sunday – Fine Furnishings Show at the Waterfire Art Center in Providence RI.
It’s the busy season, and first up is the Fine Furnishings Show at the Waterfire Arts Center in Providence this weekend – and please stop by!
Beginnings – the studio has some heat and the fumes from last week’s 1st floor sealant have dissipated. (I’m on the 3rd floor and the fumes drove me out in an hour) Time for studio mode and fresh flowers. I did spend a bit of time filling a trash bag – Open Studios will beContinue reading “Grey Sunday and back to the studio – work in progress”