Photographer: Lou Ewers
As most of my regular and long time readers know, I returned to college a couple of years ago to finish my degree. In a couple of weeks I will be embarking on my last year. However, I received an email today regarding last year. I made it on the Deans List last semester and am just being informed now. Giggle. Thanks for the reminder that in due time and with persistent hard work Happy reminders will find their way to brighten your day. Thanks BU! Best of success to everyone returning to school this fall. Brain food on!
Hello, my creatives,
It’s been a slow process from being to end. However, there is light at the end of the… road. HA, thought I was going to say the tunnel. Now that our original venue for the collective showing of paintings has recovered from the flood and reopened, it’s planning time and selecting an available time slot. All the painting were inspired from multiple counties in Nebraska and will be shown together for a free, one-month public viewing. Then the paintings will be donated to the respective libraries in those counties. And just think, it’s all because of a collaborative effort between you, our supporters and the artists of The Awiya Project. As soon as the details have been arranged, I will bring you into the loop.
Jes is busy working on pieces for The Light of Nebraska series. The framed landscape is a warm up piece. When you switch gears from one style of painting to another you also change palettes (the colors you paint with) . So it’s nice to do a warm up piece to get your color theory organized for the style of painting and the subject. I like to take a creative break- Jes calls it yummy baked goods. 😉 Stay on the Awiya side of life my creatives!