This has been an interesting and busy week - delivering new work to galleries, planning a solo exhibit for fall, and, of course, still painting. I also managed to finish the Hunger Games trilogy which I had promised my daughters I would. In our home, we choose not to see movies before we read the books they're based on, and, as the movie is being released today, I had a deadline. The series was actually quite wonderful - I love the role of imperfectly brave Katniss. This week I also had the great, great pleasure of meeting friends for a fabulous sushi lunch. Sometimes I go too long in between visits with some of the women whom I admire greatly so it was particularly nice that they pressured me for a date. Perfect. Great lunch, great conversation. And today, after my busy week, I'm enjoying a quiet day. I have to remember to listen to my body when it needs rest and it seems I've been going steadily for the past two months - between research and learning new techniques, coordinating the Art Programs at the library, organizing different things for my family, and preparing work for exhibit in fall I'm quite exhausted. And, though it is all good...great actually...I'm glad to have this day.
'Honouring the Ancestors': Awesome Airdrie
AIRdirondack Art Project
'Counting Crows': Great Places Plan