|L. S. Eldridge|
L. S. Eldridge
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Notes from the Deckle Edge
I've been working on a piece and making some delicate decisions along the way. It's been enjoyable and I like the results. I travel back and forth, but pure hues ever call me. I have continued with late nights that have included books by my new fav Christopher Moore, as well as James Patterson & Bill Clinton, and James Ryan. I enjoyed each and every one and I send my thanks for the respite/entertainment. But I have also added a new documentary to my art documentary page if you are more interested in film. I will rest another day. Back to my brushes.
"Better to make a hundred mistakes than to stare at a blank piece of paper to scared to do anything wrong." - Neil Gaiman
My painting, In Line With 19, will be displayed in the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society's 39th Annual Exhibition. I am really happy to have this piece excepted in a show. It is not my normal subject matter, nor part of a series, but a painting I did specifically for my eldest. Why do I like this painting? It has some abstract elements that were a lot of fun to paint and I think are interesting and unique. It has some really fun placement of color, and yet it stays true to my realism roots. A recollection of good times. Back to my brushes.
"I can't say as ever I was lost, but I was bewildered once for three days." - Daniel Boone
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