Thank you Collector's Choice Attendees!

I am happy to report that I did not have to do the artist's "walk of shame" on Sunday night.  Luckily, my piece, "Runoff" was one of the first pieces chosen from nearly two-hundred art works available that night.  I am also thrilled to share that a lovely young couple took it home.  I truly pray that it brings evermore happiness to their home!.  On behalf of the artists who donated, thank you for supporting local and emerging artists through your participation in the 2017 Collector's Choice event.  I'll post photos (or at least links) as soon as they are available.  

Today, after some paperwork and catch up (the hubby was gone all last week and weekend) I've gotten back on track.  First order of business is to tweak Cold Feet #2.  I was looking at it this weekend and it needs to a warmer shade of cool.  I'm going to be adding some payne's grey to the light blue violet hues to create more contrast.  Gray is perhaps better to set off the fleshtones, but a little gentler on the eyes than the current ultramarine/cobolt blue that makes up the majority of the piece.

So, here's a look at the before photo of Cold Feet #2 (the larger one on the right).  I'll post the "after" later today.  Then below that is my next landscape that I plan to sketch out today as well.  I'm really feeling the love outside since fall finally arrived!

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Cold Feet #1 (left), Cold Feet #2 (right)  I think I know who has the bigger feet here...

 

 

Next up is a landscape of nearby Grace Road.  Sorry it's not super clear but our eight year old took this for me while I was driving.  She takes photos about as good as I do...terrible.

Next up is a landscape of nearby Grace Road.  Sorry it's not super clear but our eight year old took this for me while I was driving.  She takes photos about as good as I do...terrible.

Thank you as always for stopping by and for all the love and support here and abroad.  Still tickles me to death to think that folks take time from their busy schedules to spend at my website.  See you later today!