I have missed having my studio open for visitors and participating and visiting art shows. This past year has been quite an adjustment and I sometimes feel like Punxsutawney Phil peeking my head above the ground wondering if it is safe to come out. I am writing this as the sun is shining outside my window so I am going to take that as a sign that the clouds are lifting and life will be renewed. Yes, I am a glass half-full person and will proceed with that optimism.
The first part of the pandemic was such a foreign feeling, being creative didn’t come easy. As time went on and I adjusted to this new reality, I began to be inspired again. Recently, I have been painting everyday almost as if I am making up for that ‘Covid’ lost time. I want to get out into the world my newest creations.
So…I am opening my studio (via zoom or Facetime) for a private art show just for you. ❤ Also, I will be happy to have visitors to my studio on Whidbey Island with social distancing and mask-wearing protocol in place.
I love sharing my art with the world… and you! If you would like to visit me, either online (Zoom) or in-person – let’s schedule it.
”Art As I See It” is a column by Barbara Mosher In which she provides her insight on the world of art, including thought-inducing commentary, the process of art, and to showcase artists.
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I can relly relate. Thanks for this.