This salad is all from our garden. So delicious, I hate to think that come fall no more garden. We have enjoyed all our vegetables so much and now looking forward to our tomatoes. Lots of green ones just waiting to turn red. Yummy
Seashells and Small Stones, Graphite First I have to apologize for not posting anything for quite sometime. I got a new computer and had lots of problems with some of my programs. I am now up and running and very happy. My show at the gallery went very well with good sales. I am now getting ready for the Instructor's Show at EW Poore Art Center on Front St in Manchester, NH. I love teaching at Poore's, everyone so loving and talented. It is a joy to go in for my classes. The graphite drawing is being framed as we speak and now I will be working on a colored pencil drawing. I will also have some new paintings. I teach with the most wonderful bunch of teachers, it is the best place for would be artists to come and learn and share the joy of art.
I have been an artist for as long as I can remember. I went to college when I was 37 years old. I loved it so much, I was a sponge and absorbed anything and everything about art. I started out wanting to be a portrait artist but ended up using pencil and colored pencils. I made quite a name for myself with my drawings. I won many awards. When I needed a break from that I went into oil sticks and just loved them and again did very well with awards. I finally went back to my oils but always felt frustrated with them I wanted to be free from all constraints, I am now working in acrylics and loving them. So now the sky is the limit. I just want to go and do everything I feel and want to express.