Category: Painting

Jan 30

Mercury is in Retrograde?

The last few days have seemed to have a theme, summed up by a passing comment from a guy on the elevator: “Mercury is in retrograde, man.” Not 100% true (retrograde starts Feb. 6 if you are interested in that) (I’m not, but I decided to check it out to see if I really could …

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Jan 25

Ice Painting

Tomorrow I’m going to photo my finished paintings and enter the WSO show; it’s time to bite the bullet. However, that doesn’t give you anything new to look at today. So, I’ve decided to show you December’s ice painting starts. As fellow Portlander’s will remember, in early December we had some VERY cold weather. Oregon, …

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Jan 24

A Generous Plenty

Last evening I went to my painting class (on my regular Tuesday I went out to take a groundwork class for Sound Equine Options) and discovered that I am very close to finishing a generous plenty of paintings. This is a good thing because the WSO deadline (yes, I’ve mentioned this before) is coming up …

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Jan 19

Inspiration

Last weekend I went to a board meeting at the lovely home of LaVonne Tarbox-Crone. I like LaVonne’s painting a lot and so I was really looking forward to seeing her home. First, of course, I had to run and see LaVonne’s studio. It was lovely; right off the kitchen and in the main living …

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Jan 18

I’ve become the crazy lady on the bus

It’s the middle of January. It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s foggy. But spring will arrive. I know this because as I was riding home on the bus there was actually a little light. In fact, there was enough light that for a few minutes there was a very pretty, soft pastel sunset. By the time …

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Jan 15

Decisions, decisions….

Tonight was my weekly painting class at Anji’s. Last week we did four background techniques and this week our challenge was to turn at least one of them into a complete painting. As usual, I overachieved a little and went to work on all four. None of them are going to make it into great …

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Jan 14

Time

With the holidays and a new year, I always find myself thinking about milestones: what has happened in the last year? What will I remember? What have I already forgotten as significant? Where do I think I’m going? Possibly coincidentally, one of the interesting things about putting up a website is the notation of the …

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