Sunday: Sights, Sounds and Some More Art Stuff

10 Nov

“If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.”
― Émile Zola
I started out the day with a quick walk/jog. I only had 45 minutes before getting ready for church, so I couldn’t walk my usual hour, so I jogged a little and walked a little. I’m too old for that jogging nonsense. Next time I’m getting up earlier.

After Mass, I went to the Square for breakfast at Snug, then over to the Heard Craig Gallery for the second day of the Centennial and closing reception. I did more painting, and Sherry offered to video a better demo of my painting a wintry Christmas scene. The one I did yesterday, I was holding my iPhone in one hand and painting with the other. Not so easy.

A surprise visit from our very dear friend and fabulous artist, Laura Moore, just made our day. We miss having Laura Moore’s Gallery on the Square.

I didn’t get a chance to hear all the guest speakers upstairs or get any of the cute centennial cake, but I did have a bunch of cupcakes. I’m not even a big cupcake person, but I was hungry. Painting must make you hungry.

It was another long day, but spent with talented artists, surrounded by wonderful artwork.



The drive home was also a work of art. Another evening where God painted the sky with His amazing palette.



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