|Rainy urban landscape, photograph by|
|Marco Logsdon's beautiful abstract landscape on the right;|
the woodgrain glowing through the resin interplays
wonderfully with the painted woodgrain on
Ron Isaacs's piece
You don't have to start planning on buying Image.2 or uploading software for its continued effectiveness. True, you might have to frame the work or re-paint your walls from time to time, but otherwise, you have the complete package forever and ever--no subscription required!
|Work by Christina Brannock-Wanter exhibited in the|
Not Big show at the MS Rezny Studio/Gallery
|Walking sticks by Larry Mitchell|
I also appreciate the work of artisans like Larry Mitchell. He makes walking sticks. They are beautiful and they work! I use his walking sticks on my treks through the woods of Kentucky.
|Portrait of Jacob by Eric Johnson|
Now that our nest is empty, I am particularly enjoying the portrait of our son, Jacob, by Eric Johnson (ericjohnsonartist.com)
Okay, perhaps it is kind of self-serving to praise artists, since I am one. And I do encourage you to buy my work! Part of my work as an artist is making a home. And I consider homemakers to be artists, too. You have to use a lot of the same skills. We should not short-shift the place of beauty in the home.
|Carly relaxing under an arrangement of art:|
Ron Isaacs reigns at the top. My work in-between,
the work in the middle is entitled: An Honest Day's Work
On the sofa, quilt by my mother-in-law, Alice Johnson.
Home is where the art is!
Thanks to all the artists in my life. Keep on working and Happy Labor Day!