Moving does take it out of one for sure. I set up my gallery within a short time of moving in the Fall, had my first open house just before Christmas, sold some art during that event, and started getting back into painting again.
I took two workshops late spring, one in Canal Flats with Terry Isaac, and one at Bear Valley with David Langevin. Both these fellows are excellent artists, and both use a very differnt technique. I have tried both and this is the result of the one with Terry Isaac. The work done with David Langevin will follow another time. It's almost finished. The photo reference used for "Cruisin' for a Bruisin' " is my husbands. He took many photos right outside our door of the proud group of Rocky Mountain rams who walk by our windows regularly. It's a powerful site.
Several of my paintings are on display at Headwaters Gallery in Canal Flats, BC at this time.
We have just returned from a 2 week trip in our Mustang convertible to the NW States, and my hope is to really hit the easle over the next few months to have new work ready for a show at Pynelogs Gallery in Invermere BC in September.
Enjoy Cruisin' for a Bruisin' . If you have an interest in it, contact me and I can send more photos and answer any questions.
Have a fun-filled summer. It settles in 3 days from now. Keep cool.