Thursday, September 13, 2018

Just one of those things...

This painting popped up on my Facebook feed today
from eight years ago.  I shared it on my page:

From 8 years ago and appropriate this week. This is my painting from a workshop that Amanda and I loved to do in Cape May. The wonderful teacher was Marge Chavooshian who just passed away. I was struggling painting houses and very frustrated. We set up on the sidewalk across the street and I just tried yet again. This was the painting from that afternoon. Funny how you can remember little details, but I remember that image unfolding on my paper to my surprise. Most of all, I remember the look on Marge's face when I handed it to her. She made me feel accomplished and proud. 
 I loved her for many reasons and that was one of them

How strange that this is what Facebook chose.  
Life is full of those strange little happenings that make you go "ahh".

Saturday, September 8, 2018

Marge Chavooshian

 I was saddened to hear of Marge's passing this week.
She was my favorite watercolor teacher and I hold, very dear, the memories of spending time with her.  Her talent was amazing, as well as her skill in teaching.  Marge was kind and supportive to her students and my daughter and I treasured those workshops. 

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

whale shark

Working on my summer shows

Monday, March 12, 2018

ship in a bottle

I've been wanting to try this for awhile.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

watercolor nest

This was fun to paint!  It may not look it, but it was almost therapeutic.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Saturday, December 30, 2017

my year in painting

My year in painting, 
which I consider a big achievement since I shattered my right shoulder blade in 11/16.

At that time, in so much pain, I was worried I would not regain total movement in my right arm.  
I worked hard at my physical therapy and started painting again in February 2017. 

Learning to paint upright on an easel enabled me to work on my watercolors again.
I am very grateful.