Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Folded Stacks

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Did I mention I found one cup in the rubble? It's the middle one in this stack. It's a little scorched, but I'll be glad to add it to my new collection.

Meanwhile, we are near Sacramento tonight. Read about getting here on our New Beginning blog.


Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I love it.

You know what Candy said about stuff being over rated and living like hoarders?
You may have to have a yard sale with all the props you'll be getting in the mail ;)
Have fun and post some photos of the fabulous Sequoias!

Helen Ström said...

Impressing to see you are able to drive and paint!! ; )
Good luck with the rest of the trip and your "new life"!!

Virginia Floyd said...

Beautiful whites, Carol. Well done!

Susie Gregory said...

hi carol...(i tried to post this comment on your other bolg and for the second time, it didn't take...)
oh my mercy!!! when i saw jacob's signature "moves" i had an inkling...then when i saw him in his bones i knew!! he and my grandson oliver must have been separated at birth!!..ollie has moves i thought were his and his alone...could be wrong....the other day he showed up to spend some time with me wearing his bones..which he'd slept in... we had a lot of errands to run that morning. he turned some heads for sure!! ols is a very special kid and i'm thinking jacob is as well!! take heart - oregon is just around the bend...and never...EVER...venture anywhere near LA again!!!!!

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

You are a huge inspiration - on SO many levels!!!! Wishing you all the best in your life adventures. Will miss you in Austin but happy I'll still see your beautiful work every day. Lovely painting. No hint of a change in your collection of paintable subject. :)

Page Railsback said...

Heartbreaking Carol but you are on the road to your new the blog. Thanks for sharing with me when you were up in MA at NC's to photograph a painting..really helpful

Athayde Lopes said...

Great works!! Congrats!