Each is 4 inches by 4 inches / $40 each or $150 for all four
Here's another in the mini-painting series. I'll be showing these for the first time this weekend, at a show in Arlington, VA.
It's the third annual Arlington Festival of the Arts, and it takes place Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Highland Street in the Clarendon district of Arlington.
More than 100 artists will show and sell paintings, glass, mixed media, jewelry and pottery, in an area that the promoter says has lots of good restaurants and bistros, and interesting shops.
For more on the show, click here. When I know my booth number, I'll post it here on the blog, and on the Jacobson Arts website.
Dog of the Day
Abby, left, and Jojo have become the best of friends. Abby is a youngster, and is big and strong, exuberant and clumsy, and she loves to play. Jojo is at least 10,
and - compared to Abby - is small and delicate. But she loves to play, too.
When Jojo came to live with us, she forced Smokey and even Woody to play, but eventually, they excused themselves. Now, with Abby, she has all the fun
she's dreamed of for all these years.
The play is rougher than I'd like, and Joey got hurt last week, but she bounced back and was racing and tearing with her young friend after just one day of rest.
A final thought
"If we did things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves."
- Thomas Edison