Sunday, October 25, 2020


 "Hope",  20" x 20", Oil on Canvas
The Mary Williams Gallery, Boulder, Colorado

Friends, as I painted this floral over the last month, I had plenty of time to contemplate the whirlwind of emotions that are swirling around us all.  The feeling that stuck with me as I painted was hope- hope that we will soon be with family and friends sharing carefree days again.

Several people have told me that they would be interested in prints of my work, so I've started to set that process up!  This painting will be available as a print soon, so if you'd be interested, please let me know.  I'm still trying to decide what the best format would be.  The cheapest option (while maintaining the highest quality) would be a gyclee print on high quality paper, ready to be framed.  I can also have prints made on canvas, ready to pop into a frame and hung.  If you have an opinion on any of this, I'd love to hear from you!

It's snowing today in Denver, which is the best news possible for putting out the fires raging all through the state.  Everything is cancelled, so I'll light my new cedar and evergreen candle and hunker down inside.  I hope you're having a beautiful fall wherever you are!

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