I have been a bit under the weather this past week. Hence the lack of paintings. Not that I haven’t been painting, but I have not been finishing anything. Sinus and completion of paintings do not make for a good match I have concluded:)) I think I would have been better much sooner except I got stuck with you know who as my nurse. Fearing a set back and further “nursing” I have opted to behave myself by resting and drinking lots of liquids:))
Besides–it has given me time to relish and plan my upcoming workshop in Lexington, KY which starts this Thursday:)
And now to the important part and the real reason for posting tonight—the Help Japan Challenge on Daily Paintworks is well underway:
“It has been a little over a week since we saw, in disbelief, shocking images of the devastation of the March 11 earthquake and its subsequent tsunamis in Japan. Now the unprecedented nuclear crisis compounding the misery of the survivors there, many of us are asking, what can we do to help?” Read More…
Everyone is coming together to help–so far, over $4,000 has been raised in just a couple of days. Thanks to David Marine and Keiko Tanabe of DailyPaintWorks for putting this together.
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