|75 mph View of Thoreau, New Mexio from I-40|
Trina and I finally arrived in Sedona, Arizona, this past weekend. It took us over three weeks and over 4500 miles with stops in Vermont, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Georgia, Florida, Texas and New Mexico. I taught four plein air painting workshops during that time, judged and gave awards at one national exhibition, conducted magazine interviews via e-mail, and even had time to do laundry.
But it's not time to rest. This afternoon I finished up one magazine article (on the winners in Pastel Journal's Pastel 100 competition, landscape category) and am starting a second one. This morning I began teaching my first Paint Sedona plein air painting workshop with many more to come. Do you really want to see my task list? It's not pretty.
However, I do want to put out a newsletter soon and also have another Fall One-Time-Only Holiday Studio Sale. Stay tuned!
In the meantime, I offer you several photos from the trip for your entertainment. If you need to know, the pig car is located at Col. Poole's Barbecue in East Elijay, Georgia.
|Santa Rosa, New Mexico|
|St Augustine, Florida|