Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Looking for a Treat

Looking for a Treat
Oil on canvas, 10x10, sold

Though I am healing, my knee injury is keeping me from painting, as I can't stand or sit and rise as I do when I am painting outdoors. So when I get home, I'll be making a few more Arizona Byways paintings from photographs, in the studio. 

As I write this, I've already left Tubac. I have work to do at home, and more than anything, I miss my husband, our dogs, our house, our town. But I miss Tubac, now! Miss my dad and Paula, the pace of life, the sun-washed desert, the beautiful mountains, the sense of open space and possibility. 

Goodbye, Tubac! 

HERE ARE SOME more scenes from the show

Above, that's not a REAL pig she's
carrying, but a piece of metal yard art. Funny!

Below, longtime readers of this blog with recognize
Ted Archembault, who has visited me at
Arizona shows for years. Ted is a cool guy.
This year, he was wearing an outfit
celebrating Valentine's Day. 

This is some of Brenda Peo's art. I met her
online, and then we met in person at the Tuba
Art Festival last year. She had a good outing 
the Tubac area, you can see her work in person during

The Border Patrol Checkpoint outside of Tubac. 

Dog of the Day
 This dog was enjoying the warm February sunshine last week in Tubac. 

A Final Thought

"In art, the hand can never execute anything higher than the heart can imagine." 
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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