I started this in early March, Spring Break time! And that is the only reason I can give for bringing my crazy oversized tools to work on a 16x20 canvas. It was FUN. But you can tell I broke out the finer utensils at home, until I got her to say all that she needed to say.
Now about my three-quarter length tan. It was cool and breezy when I slipped into the zone, and when I came out...it was too late.
This week I decided to take a break of my own. I went to the shore out my back door, just to be captured, and not to capture it. Though it was hard to stop taking it's picture, I finally did. There's nothing like a nice, long invigorating swim in saltwater to cure whatever ails you. Look how calm. And no jellyfish to report. I wasn't so fortunate last year, those stingers can really put a hurtin' on ya. But it goes away after about 10 minutes. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~My Infinity Pool~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"Spring Break", 16x20, Oil on gallery wrap canvas. SOLD
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