Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Can't Handle the Humidity at 90 Degrees

 The morning was muggy and just got worse as the day went on.
The horses wanted to hang near the fan.

 At the time I felt relatively normal and was ready for class.
A new student started today.  Welcome Betty!
She is new to Brockport and wanted to meet some other artists in the area.
Katherine (Different Path Gallery) recommended me.
 SO talented.

 Patricia, who is also amazing with colored pencils, was very impressed with her work.

 Here's Patricia's latest.  Have you ever seen such smooth blending?

 All were very busy.

 I had two fans going and it kept getting hotter and hotter.
 This is a very talented group.  We are going to have a show at A Different Path Gallery in October.
 Fortunately I had kept the windows closed in the house and had fans going, so it was pretty comfortable.  I did not feel that great.
Next, we started getting severe storm warnings on the television.
Just when I went out to put the girls in, it started to blow and pour.
 By that time it started to cool off a little.  Cold front on the way.

 Did not feel well enough to eat dinner and still had a meeting at 7.  Yuck.
Managed to last until 9 and on the way home the sky was pink and purple.
I really need some rest.
Night all.


  1. I am SO impressed with that artwork! The vegetables one is welcome in my kitchen!

  2. The Globe Artichoke is my pick. Hope you are OK, sometimes a threatening storm can have a huge impact on how we feel, specially with headaches. Take care.

  3. Beautiful artwork, everyone's! Sorry you weren't feeling well. Hot weather - blech!

  4. Beautiful work, I hope you get to feeling better. I know I was sick over the weekend and it wasn't the heat or humidity...


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