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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Edging Toward November

Early morning over our pasture. Most of the leaves have fallen from our old Maples, and Autumn’s glory is past, yet there is a sweetness in the quietude of this woodsmoke-scented moment.
I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me.  Proverbs 8:17

Friday, October 29, 2010

Au Revoir mes Artistes!

Last night was the last night of a Mixed Media class I have been teaching this past month.  I taught 9 lovely women, who made so many beautiful works of art that we could have had our own art show.  My big thanks goes to Cheryl Baldwin, director of the Georgi Museum, who wrote the grant, and to Larac, the local arts council who granted it, thereby making this class very affordable for all.
Below is a finished piece by Dee Romack, using an avian theme for our Nature assignment.  Now, I'd hang that in my home, wouldn't you?

To see more works by these artists, click on the "Workshops" tab at the top of the page.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Photo Shoot with a young model

Iris arrived 45 minutes late, fresh from the Soccer field, no makeup, other than the war paint she wore under her eyes.  But even though the autumn light was fading, we got her into the dress, [ Crickett's old prom gown] wiped the black from under her eyes, and had her in the leaves in 5 minutes.  This teen really is one of the most cooperative, agreeable models I've ever worked with.  Her natural beauty required no make-up, and her athletic frame moved as instinctively as that of a professional model.

Iris goes to our church, and I  was  concerned that her dad would think these pictures were a bit "sexy",   [ you know how dads are!] but he assured me that he was only surprised at how "grown up" his little girl looked!

Sunday, October 10, 2010


No time to post about my busy week now, but I couldn't let a day like 10/10/10 go by without recognizing it, could I?  Here are just a couple of new pieces I've done.  "Misty Morning Farm" is created from 7 of my own photos, blended into a scene which almost looks like Everafter Farm.   Below, in "They danced Giselle In the Moonlight",  I used parts of the same photos as above, and added some ballerinas from eBay.
I hope you are all getting out in this glorious Autumn weather, especially if you live in the Northeast.
We visited many art galleries this weekend, but there is no gallery that mounts a better show than the artwork of the Lord, fashioned in a thousand colors of foliage, on the hill behind our house.
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