Hunkered down in the bunker
Well, nothing like a little love note from the polar regions to keep me at the computer a little longer this morning. It’s 19 degrees at a quarter to noon and it’s been 19 since I got up. The wind is gusting up to 35 or 40 mph, and I have found dozens of reasons why I had to stay inside this morning. I even cleaned house!
My excellent webmistress has been working her fingers to the bone updating the website, and I hope you like the improvements. We made a changing banner on the home page, added a category for the new work, and added a link on each of the gallery pages to the statements about the various series. In case you need something to help you sleep while the winds are roaring and banging around out there.
Now to try and get through the holiday season. I will check in again in January, hopefully with news about my winter projects. Stay warm!
Hey! It’s kind of xmas-y! <sigh> Most of my paintings turn out to be some variety of red and green.
Jennifer Cox is an artist working in Rockbridge County, VA. She shows her work regionally, sometimes nationally, but not that often. She works in virtual isolation, so if you want to leave a comment, please do! Just try to be kind.