Friday, May 30, 2008

I am working on a new painting. This one with tall, skinny, waving buildings with hats. Party hats as a matter of fact. I have this thing for drawing structures occupied by humans and I like them with something on top. Like peaked roofs or hats or spiralling antennas. I am not sure when I will get this done, maybe after the B&B show. It is only 12"x18" but I am going to pack a lot of color and texture in it.

I heard a political pundit today say that Hillary Clinton supporters were " rubbed raw " by this primary and I agree. While it has been exciting, remarkable and amazing; I am sad that the end is near. I am in such a quandry of emotion that yesterday someone had stuck an OBAMA '08 sticker on the Farmer's Market poster in the lobby and I agressively ripped it down and tossed it in the trash. It is not that I do not like Obama; it's that I like Hillary Clinton better and you bet, I am rubbed raw! Raw emotions, that is! Good night and have a very pleasant tomorrow, Lois


Robin said...

Well, I'm feeling the same way as you, only for the other Dem. I can only hope that the Dems will rally into one cohesive force after this thing is over. I admire HC for her tenacity... just feel Obama is more "real" and more "honest." Sorry, couldn't resist writing my opinion.

Maybe it's because I'm a bit green about you going to B&B. I hope you'll have a terrific show!

Love the start of your painting, especially the buildings. The right side looks a little like a giant bear paw print... Maybe the bear is the totem animal which supports the people of this city? Look forward to seeing where this painting goes.

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