A Friday That Feels Like Saturday

I went for a walk this morning and got my morning started with a bowl of flakes, raisons, rasberries, bananas and almond milk. Stopped at Stephen’s to close the show at Gallery E.

At the studio I met with my friend Martin de Vore. This was Martin’s first visit to the studio and one of his first outtings since his big surgery. We had a quick catchup chat and talked about the next Post Diversionists gathering, probably at the studio. We talked about Manet, the reason for his visit and he set off to continue his tour for the day.

I also had a nice visit with Elizabeth Cencini. We talked about her new class schedule for 2009. She’ll be teaching at her studio and is forming a Friday and a Saturday group.

After the visits I swung back to work at my home studio and continued to work on pieces for the February show at my Guiton studio. Caroline Ratliff and I will host a southwest rodeo roundup just before the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo kicks off.

Dinner was a bucket of crawfish and a movie about Manet. And because time flies when you’re having fun, I’ll be lucky if I get a few chapters read tonight before entering the land of z-z-z-z-z.


About The Artist

Houston, Texas A classical artist and writer that delves in sustainability issues and natural health practices.
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