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There really aren't enough hours in my day to fit in everything lately, but I'm trying. As a result some things have gone by the wayside, such as the blog. But I haven't forgotten you! I'm just behind the scenes working furiously and getting ready for the next exhibition on October 6th. Yep still finishing paintings for it and deciding which pieces will go. Oh and framing, I need to get that done too quite soon.
And there's commissions that I'm working on as well. And day to day life and work. So I'm up at 5:30 fitting in a little painting and doing more in the evening. I haven't touched housework and laundry's piling up. This weekend I will tackle the house for a few hours and get that under control.
Am I the only one who does this? I mean work in spurts at this frantic pace then collapse in a heap when its complete? Instead of things slowing down, they seem to be speeding up - or I'm getting older and it just seems that way.
So while I work away on some paintings, here's an update on one that I was working on this winter. Its the amazing rocks of Flatrock that I started in watercolour. I picked it up again the other day, needing a change of scene, and added some more washes to it. Its about 90% complete now. A few more details and its on its own in the world.