Maggie was framed by the window in the back of the horse barn. A grey and cool morning with rain on and off during the day. The girls look much better without their masks.
For now (until it gets colder) Phoebe and Little Wonder frequently spend some time in the back yard while I finish chores.
We are setting up the art show tomorrow and Gary and I had to spend a lot of time working on our paintings. He has stripped (framed) them, but I still have more work to do on mine.
As you can see....I am very loose and like funky colors.
Gary is what is called an "outsider" artist. No training and very primitive.
This is his version of our farm.
Check out his little garden....
His canvas is about 5 feet by 6 feet and mine is a little smaller.
It was a perfect day to be in the studio and the dogs kept us company.
Here is a wiggly peek at what it was like. I have a very old, but great set of components in there and love to play music while I'm painting.
Thank you Roger, for putting together this CD...it's one of my favorites.
Around 2:30 I went down to The Center for Kris D's birthday.
She is the massage therapist I have gone to for over 8 years.
She was joined by family and many friends for a very sweet celebration.
When I left, it was raining pretty hard...
so I went out to the barn a little early.
Miss Piggy is back in business.
I have a feeling the leaves are going to start turning very quickly.
Tonight we are having our first fire. That should get rid of some of the dampness.