Thursday, October 25, 2007

"Support" --- SOLD



I forgot to photograph this one before it got dark last night, so will post two today. This one is from yesterday. The next will be from today.

It always takes a little while to get back into the groove of painting after a trip - usually about the same amount of time as I was away. It's like a muscle that you have to keep in shape. It feels so great to be in that groove - about as good as it feels to take a break once in a while!

5 comments:

Vicki Shuck said...

Carol, this is SO beautiful! It LOOKS like you are "in the groove"! Seems to be pretty close to perfect to me!

Knitting Painter Woman said...

Funny how our rhythms get interrupted and how long it takes to re-establish them. I have a friend who had the misfortune to be in the hospital for 55 (!) days. Her surgeon says to expect 3 days of recovery for every day in the hospital. She's hoping to be back to the old normal in FEBRUARY.

John said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! If you don't mind me asking, what kind of brushes do you use?

Carol Marine said...

John, I use (mostly) Flat Monarch brushes from Windsor & Newton. They are my new favorite. I LOVE them. -Carol

John said...

Thanks, Carol!