Four Works On Paper Done For Deadline Tomorrow

Good afternoon!  It's sunny and beautiful, albeit windy, here in horse country.

I worked in the kitchen today, cut paper and paint flung from one end to the other.  At one point, I was so engrossed in my craft (and a great song), that I hadn't remembered to take my sweater off first, and had lime green spots on it before realizing...which is why I rarely buy new clothing.  It all ends up painted anyhow. 

Here's the three in the 10x10 paper series....I have two more primed papers and may continue with this next week, if the gallery boss takes a liking to them...

Here are the two nearly completed this morning (fish eyes still need pupils).

Here are the two nearly completed this morning (fish eyes still need pupils).

Piece# 3 is a new sketch of an Annapolis scene (that I will surely change before all is said and done.

Piece# 3 is a new sketch of an Annapolis scene (that I will surely change before all is said and done.

A close up of the sailboat piece.  I made a cloud that I thought looked like a fish, so I went with it and named this one "Fish Kite".  

A close up of the sailboat piece.  I made a cloud that I thought looked like a fish, so I went with it and named this one "Fish Kite".  

I'm happy to have had four pieces completed this week at a pace of one per day.  I will be varnishing these this evening so they are good and dry by tomorrow for drop off to Kellee, my art rep in shining armor.  

Being an artist out in the country is rather lonely so I'm quickly getting used to the idea of having a person to formally critique my work and bounce ideas off of.  A trained eye is a great resource.

Signing off for now...