Sunday, August 14, 2011

Sunday catch up

Yes, I have a number of pieces at varying stages of completion in the studio and work on them as time and mood allows.  Some are more portable than others, like the coyote, who I took on a little road trip to the living room this afternoon to work on while I waited for bread to rise.

He's coming along and I'd like to have the piece finished this week if I can.  Meetings and work and other commitments may make that difficult, but you never know when I'll find time to add a bit more.

Meanwhile, today was the last day of the Recreational Food Fishery here and I went to the harbour in Flatrock to watch the boats and gulls.  Although the sun was warm, the fog lurked on the horizon and nudged the shoreline bringing a chill to the air but more cod for the freezer.   I took this little video with my cell phone to give a sense of the colour and sound of the ocean at my doorstep.  The quality is poor unfortunately and small, but you get a sense of what I was watching. This still photo gives a better view.

Untitled from Jeanette Jobson on Vimeo.


jeana said...

Wow that was really cool! I love the first painting, it really looks like the real thing. Gorgeous! philippine outsourcing

Sue Pownall said...

This is coming along beautifully. Ilove his expression.

As for the Cliffs of Moher, all I can manage in the form of constructive criticism is - WOW