I'm pleased to share that jurist Ann Prentice Wagner has selected my entries for inclusion in the Arkansas committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts 2021-2022 Artist Registry. The works are in the process of being uploaded to their website and will go live soon.
In other news...nothing. I have been isolated for nearly a year now. I continue to paint and have had some successes, but must admit that my three latest paintings I discarded... or more accurately destroyed. That was difficult as it represents quite a large time frame. Such is life. Always moving forward.
On the upside, I want to encourage everyone to listen to Artcurious podcasts by Jennifer Dasal. What a treat! I started with the book and found it so entertaining I quickly moved on to the podcasts and haven't looked back. You can click here Artcurious podcasts where you can listen for free, or just google it. If you are anything like me you will love it. Also I have a couple of books to recommend! The Elgin Affair by Theodore Vrettos and The Raphael Affair by Iaian Pears. I may have already recommended the second, but it's a fun read, so why not. Back to my brushes.
"The advantage of working day and night is that you earn enough to pay the doctor when you break down." - Unknown