Hope Springs infernal

my brave little peas
my brave little peas

I promise – this is the last picture of snow I want to see here…. c’mon, it’s almost the end of April!  But this just means I am not distracted by delightful gardening chores, when I really should be painting!

The possible metaphors are easy here….. persistence in the face of less- than-friendly circumstances /

plodding along no matter what . . .

whatever.

I’m very lucky not to be stuck out on a closed freeway.

I am persisting in working on larger paintings that are turning out to be very fascinating, but labor and time intensive…. in the hopes that they will find homes later –

Last year, I was fortunate to sell work to decorators and art consultants and, even though things have certainly slowed down in the hospitality and building/remodeling sectors, eventually the rooms will need new art work, and projects will go forward that have been stalled.  In a few months, I will be sending out packets to a select group of said art consultants, and jog their memories so they know I’m still here, still working, propagating new work!

One thought on “Hope Springs infernal

  1. Hi Nancy, It was good to see you on first friday. I did stop by a few days later but missed you.
    Pam

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