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Monday, October 20, 2008

What Are You Doing Today?

Good question. I've had several people on the phone today, and they've all asked me that, expecting, I think, to hear that I'm painting. I wish. Instead, I've been on the computer most of the (somewhat chilly) day, emailing invites to the private view of my upcoming exhibition, filling in forms for said exhibition, talking to people about a potential new project, wondering what to include in my new UK online shop, packing CDs ready to send away. Anything, in fact, other than painting or sewing. Did I mention keeping the books up to date? Hard sums just aren't my thing, but needs must when the devil drives, or, in this case, expects you to complete a tax return. Sigh.

Soon, though, soon, I will be in the shed. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon...

Meanwhile, Outburst, pictured above, mixed media on canvas, will be shown as part of our 'Mixing Up The Marks' exhibition which comprises mixed media,
textiles and photography. It is taking place from 24th October - 1st November at the Dragonfly Gallery, Wayland House, High St, Watton, Thetford, Norfolk, IP25 6AR
Tel: 01953 883915 Fax: 01953 884084, and is open daily 10.00am – 4.00pm
except Saturday 10.00am – 1.00pm, closed Sunday.

I'm going to be in the gallery on Wednesday and Friday that week, demonstrating mixed media techniques and possibly a bit of lutradur, too... if you're interested, come and join me! I might even let you play, too!


Nuvofelt said...

Oh, wish I could see the exhibition. But where is the online shop? No link? Tut tut! ;0)

gunnelsvensson said...

Oh, I want to come too, and play!!!

Zuda Gay Pease said...

Who knew that being an artist took so much work doing other stuff!!! Love Outburst!! Would love to see your exhibit!!

AltheaP said...

Wouldn't it be nice if we could just hide in the studio? But then, all the things you have going on are so interesting. Keep breathing!

John Dyhouse said...

Would love to have come to the exhibition, but just a little too far away - sorry.

Outburst - marvellous piece!