|L. S. Eldridge|
L. S. Eldridge
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Notes from the Deckle Edge
I read on an acquaintances blog the question "How many paintings do you complete in a year?". An interesting question. So I am very happy to report, albeit a skosh early, that I have completed ten paintings this year. I almost completed eleven, but the background remains undone at this point on one piece. Since I have no plans to finish it until after the holidays, the count must stand at ten. For me that is excellent…or astounding. For as most of you know I am the most agonizingly slow painter. I will say that I think I am a little faster than I was five years ago, but it depends on the subject matter of the painting. I will eventually get them up on my website, which I plan to update soon. But I must admit that if I have the choice I will usually choose painting over anything else. Except having lunch with friends. That is a top treat for which I will gladly drop my brushes. For your enjoyment, here is another photo I took at the Chihuly exhibit. Back to my brushes (eventually).
A little light pushes away a lot of darkness. Happy Hanukkah.
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