Monthly Archives: June 2012

Talking about change

Point Pleasant Park, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. Jo Beale (of Jo Beale Gallery) called this morning as I was cleaning up my studio. (It took three hours just to change the paper on the floor; everything was so dirty, needed … Continue reading

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Change in progress

9.5′ x 10.5′, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. This is a photo of the second 9.5′ x 10.5′ painting. It’s still a work in progress, so this only gives a hint of what is going through my mind/hands. Even I don’t … Continue reading

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One big painting, again, and maybe finally

9.5′ x 10.5′, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. This is, I think, the final version of my first 9.5′ x 10.5′ painting. I started it a year and a half ago, thought I was through with it (mainly because a film … Continue reading

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Locked out, temporarily!

The brook, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. The weather has been unusually supportive lately: sunshine, cool breezes, not too many bugs. Inviting. So when I discovered my studio door was stuck closed on Sunday morning, had come off the hinges somehow, … Continue reading

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Into the room, the words come and go

Sue left a comment on my last post: This is totally off the wall, but why not open the dictionary and take a random word and paint it? (Needless to say, I am neither a painter nor a creative writer.) … Continue reading

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Who works here anyway

I’ve heard it said it is hard to work when you have an exhibition up. I’m using that as an excuse to spend time gardening, playing, watching movies, having fun. My neighbors came by and generously put my dock into … Continue reading

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