This WAS one of the daily paintings.. here it is hanging in the show in Keene, NH.
I started a small painting this morning, but I had all these errands to run,and I've just now gotten home.... I stopped by our local gallery on the way back, and one of the other artists was there, playing Irish fiddle - it was absolutely wonderful, so of course I had to stop and listen and talk with him. The main reason for my trip to the "village" (what we call Jemez Springs) was to ship a painting and to make a DUMP RUN. When you live in the sticks, there is no such thing as trash pick up. You gotta take your own trash. And since the dump and recycling center is more than a 50 mile round trip, it not only takes quite awhile to get there, but I always try to combine it with other errands so as to make the best use of the gas. So, in addition to the other errands, I stopped at the general store to talk to the gal there about a painting commission, and while there, the UPS guy came by, recognized me, and gave me a package he had on the truck. (art supplies!). Small town life is cool. That wouldn't happen in the city. I also stopped at a local resale shop to see if they had any goodies for painting. I've found cool stuff as still life props in places like this. Today, I did find a beautiful blue goblet and a little brass cup.
soooooo.... I didn't get home in time to work on the painting for today - You'll just have to wait.
Now, I gotta go light the wood stove and get some warmth going in this house! And start supper! And feed the dogs! (the dogs are hoping it is not necessarily in that order).