Art Show in Redmond – April & May 2019

 

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Painting my Garden is a project I began exactly one year ago, May 2018.  As I mentioned in an earlier post, my intention was to paint each newly emerging flower as it bloomed in the garden surrounding my small cottage.  That was a dream I couldn’t keep up with. The garden got way ahead of me and thanks to my amazing phone camera, I was able to paint from spring and summer references throughout the winter.  March 30, 2019 the garden project was done.

April 1, 2019 I hung 12 paintings at St. Charles Redmond. This smaller hospital offers a lovely, friendly, quiet venue.  I am one of three artists presently showing there.  You are welcome to visit in person, or you can sneak a peek here on my blog site.  Some of the paintings have appeared in past postings, but I wanted to show them as one spring-time event.

2 thoughts on “Art Show in Redmond – April & May 2019

  1. Thank you for sharing this great beauty and your interpretation of the life inherent in Spring. I, for one, am buoyed by the beauty in nature. I would love to live in a little cottage like yours surrounded by so much art, created by the the Divine and also the divinely beautiful art created by humans. Perhaps one day we will be healed and able to leave this fortress on the hill with it’s expansive views and the driving winds and fire that visit each year. I will be looking for a sweet place like yours closer to town.

    I will continue to see you surrounded by light and healing each day in my prayers.

    I am with you in spirit….Candace

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