As they (who’s “they,” anyway?) say, if you don’t like the weather here, wait 10 minutes. That’s particularly true in March and April, isn’t it? Last week we had 8 inches of snow, yesterday it was 60 degrees and sunny, today it’s blustery and rainy for 10 minutes, then sunny and mild for the next 10. If it doesn’t get warm soon, I’ll need some extra-strength Prozac.
But speaking of changing up, I realized last week that the deadlines for a couple of juried shows are coming up soon (well, one deadline is today…I may have missed that one) and the work I want to enter is not landscape-related. So I spent the week being ill and procrastinating. Then I got up off the couch and finished up this painting, which is as-yet unnamed. I’ll entertain any interesting suggestions for a title. This painting falls into the previously referenced category of “exorcism.” Sorry all you landscape fans. I’ll post another landscape sometime soon.
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.