Saturday was the final day to relive any memories and adventures at my grandparents’ house. I miss them so much! No more drives to the country or hikes through the forest … Thank you, Gram, for all the love … Continue reading
As usual, the holidays are a blur and suddenly we’re at the end of another year! As much as I try to avoid the chaos by staying ahead and organized, I somehow always feel the pressure of a deadline or two. Luckily 2016 wasn’t too bad and most of the strain I felt was self inflicted. Besides, I have so much to be grateful for, it’s hard to focus on the stress that inevitably develops with any project. Professionally there have only been highs, adding to make this a whirlwind year. Continue reading
My studio is a secret sanctuary unlike any other, bestowed to me by my grandparents for my graduation from university. It’s a great space to escape the city and reflect on my busy life. With a view like this you can understand how it’s become my creative nexus and where I prefer to paint.
Two months ago in my personal blog I blogged about a painting I had begun and since that time I’ve continued working on it on odds days off or when time allows. Hopefully the summer will afford me greater opportunities to work on my art. To date I have three paintings uncompleted. I would like to see at least two finished before the end of August.
|“Buddha Glam” work in progress|