It’s a place we all come to, seeking treasures that have gone missing. What sweet joy it is to see an old friend when we arrive at the “Lost and Found”.
After a storm it’s time to pick up the pieces, and maybe put a few in a jar.
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.