A Small Piece of Land
Oil on canvas, 16x16
In the dawn light, the raucous birds sing of spring and morning and light the back yard with color and movement. The night hangs on into the day's early warmth, coolness reaching from the still-cold Atlantic up into our sunny morning yard. Above, the sky arcs with orange and pink and yellow, dawn crackling with announcement and a bright and shiny promise.
Here Wachapreague, the lawns are growing fast, the grass thick and shiny emerald, wet with dew each day. Azaleas and camellias streak our town with color, offset by candy tuft and tulips and the waning daffodils.
Spring was once my least favorite season. Now, I feel it is the princess, and I am a rapt admirer.
TODAY AND SUNDAY, if you're in or around Virginia, why not come to Arts in the Park in Richmond? It's a big show, and promises to be fun. It's today and Sunday, 11-6 and 11-5 respectively. I'll be in Booth No. 90... Cynthia Battista, an excellent jeweler, will be in Booth No. 333; Alison Thomas, a wonderful photographer, will be in Booth 81. We'd all love to see you! For more info, click here.
Dog of the Day
Want your pet to be the Dog of the Day? Send a jpg to me at carrieBjacobson@gmail.com
A final thought
"The greatest fine art of the future will be the making
of a comfortable living from a small piece of land."
- Abraham Lincoln