Wednesday, February 11, 2009

"Simply Me" - SOLD

Thank you all so much for the wonderful encouragement after yesterday! I got some really amazing emails reminding me of the important things in life. I need a little post-it on my forehead that says "LIFE IS A PROCESS: it's not about where we get to, but all the things we experience along the way." Like family and friends, of which I've got a lot, including a whole new cyber-family - ya'll! Thank you for the support. It is MUCH appreciated.


Penelope Lentz said...

Hi Carol, Penny here...out in California...I just read a book called Mastery by George Leonard. He talks about the "practice" being the important part. I thought about you so often when I was reading it. Your daily painting is such an inspiration to so many of us.
Do you try to paint at the same time every day? Just curious if a routine helps you stick with it. Besides your addiction...ha ha.
Thank you for your generosity.

Dani Brandimarte said...

Very nice painting, although I was a little disappointed because when I saw the title I thought it might be a self-portrait! I should have known better :)

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

So loose and fresh like it blew onto the canvas. I forgot to say how much I like the one below too! Orange, green and purple. Great!

Mel said...

More encouragement for you--I continue to be amazed at what you accomplish! And helpful husbands are great, also. Even on a tiny tiny scale, though, I know what you mean--I have 2 weeks left before showing some stuff at our local library, and thank goodness I was slightly panicked and I seized last week and finished one that I'd started (I don't even ATTEMPT one per day!!!!!!!) because this week I am sick and my little boy is making me a tad crazy!!!!!!!! But like one of the commentors said (I'm paraphrasing), you determine what you show, how many you show, and how much you let it shake you up. You'll get enough work completed, and the show will be delightful as always, and things will fall into place. They always do, when we let them.
; )

Still loving your work.