Yes, a secret gallery! Want to know more? Read on! Last year, while on my annual stay in La Manzanilla, my friend and art mentor Patrizio shared a discovery with me. There’s an abandoned house near him in front of which he has created a lovely garden. (I believe the impetus was to deter all
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I’m back in Victoria, Canada, and slowly slowly settling back into the groove of the north. Wonderfully, the sun shone down this past Easter weekend and Cam and I spent much of Monday in the garden. It’s just beautiful right now, with flowers and leaves bursting forth, all awakening. Next time I’ll have a
Daily Painting So I’m on my third daily painting of eyeglasses. (You can see the first one here and the second one here.) I guess a book was going to be the obvious accompaniment eventually and so sure enough, that’s what’s here – the book I’m reading at the moment, The Madonnas of Leningrad.
Daily Painting I can hardly believe I’ve been here in La Manzanilla, Mexico just over a week. Time does fly. I’ve been pastelling and have another daily painting to show you. I do like the eyeglasses as a subject (see my previous blog). I changed the surface on which they rested as well
Saludos from La Manzanilla! As delightful as it is here – sunny and warm, lovely people, beautiful long beach with hardly anyone on it – I have committed to pastel/draw/paint every day. I am determined to continue exploring new directions in my work as well as creating daily paintings. I have a box