Woman in the Window: 24 x 36″Acrylic on Board- for site specific project
Last weekend I completed a project that was something completely different to tackle with paint. A friend has an old window frame up at second story in her hallway. The house has been added on so there is wall on the other side of the window frame that has been left in place. It is a beautiful old victorian farm house, with a very playful but elegant decor inside. Most people may not notice this window frame high above thier heads, but if they do, this woman will now be watching all that passes through the hallway.
What to do on a sick day? It is not like it was when I was little, I almost remember sick days being fun! I’m catching up on some emails and organizing some of my computer files. Pretty boring compared to watching old movies from the library with my mom when I was a kid!
All of the trees are weighted down with snow, driving through the Upper Pennisula of Michigan today it was beautiful! Hope to post some photos up tomorrow when I return to St Paul MN, which I hear is also covered in snow. The snow makes for inspiration around every bend as the snow transforms the normal streets and brightens up the night .
Here is a tiny study I did over Thanksgiving of my friend Ania.
Have been working all week on sketches for a project that I’m planning to have finished before the Holidays, next week! It is a piece that when finished will be hanging up very high on a wall inside an old window frame inside of a house.
studio, some in-progress pieces on the easel, old pieces on the wall
It is a beautiful snowy night in Minnesota, everyone is moving at the pace of the snow falling. I’m working on preparing canvases for a series of Snowy Winter Night paintings of St Paul MN (and a few early morning hour pieces too…) I’ll be posting up in progress images soon, with plans to have the pieces complete by April for the Spring Art Crawl. Check back in the up coming days for photos!