We all need a bit of support. In order to walk, and then to run, from our earliest days to times later in life we need support. These “Walking Shoes” gave our first-born support for those first few steps.
It’s been hard, but I’ve finally got my ducks in a row. Have a great weekend.
Some hide their treasures in buildings dark and grey.
I prefer mine encased in glass, and topped with a golden roof.
You really can’t contain the Borealis.
Today’s painting is part of a show at Gallery 78 in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
The Mason jar has returned.
It’s a humid day here on Prince Edward Island, maybe a good time to think back on the cool mists depicted in “Passage V23”. I think I feel cooler already. Keep chill everyone.
Happy June, Everyone. Today’s painting continues my interest in the world afloat. Sky, land, and water ⎻ they make for a great day at the beach. It also sounds like a good way to spend some time this June.
I grew up near a river, and now live near the ocean. Youthful summers were spent fishing, and at times during winter months when the conditions were right, we would skate and play pick-up games of hockey on the river. It seems I’ve always been drawn to the water’s edge.
Obstacles, barriers, opportunities, challenges, or just plain awesomeness, mountains seem to have it all. Happy Monday everyone.