Saturday, October 10, 2009

October Newsletter

I'm painting. And painting. Wanted to get the big canvas finished therefore everything else in my life has been neglected (this blog, husband, deranged cat, housework, etc.). As of this post it's finished but letting it sit for a few days so the flaws will make themselves annoyingly evident. Michael actually made a list of objectionable aspects such as: no forelocks are under the browbands (the better to add the dynamic), eyes have no color, bit at odd angle, suggest stick in jock's hand and the list goes on. He's like a professional witness. Gotta love and appreciate the honest critiques.

equine artHere's a link to my latest newsletter with info on upcoming exhibits:
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"The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender". - Vince Lombardi

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That painting is a monument to your talent and skill as a painter ( and the eye of your critique-er).
Painting that large makes it easy to lose perspective.
Love seeing you in your studio/gallery.

Something about being in that space every day to paint and show that solidifies your path.

Fabulous power and homage to those gorgeous beasts Sharon.