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Friday, December 23, 2016
Years ago, I tried a little painting on some tin cans. It was fun to play on that surface, and so I continued to paint on them. Almost every year since, I've painted something related to the nativity or Christ during the Christmas holiday. I wondered if I was going to find the time this year since things have been crazy with work and other demands. But, thankfully, I was able to finish this up tonight, with one whole day to spare before the holiday. This is the largest can I've painted thus far, I've had it crushed and primed for a few years just sitting in my desk amongst other cans. Now it's finally used up. I hope you enjoy, and more importantly, I hope you have a beautiful and introspective Christmas season whereupon you can reflect upon the greatest gifts that life has afforded you.
Sunday, December 11, 2016
This week has been crazy busy with work, Christmas prep, concerts for the boys and a host of other things. Consequently, I've had little time to knock out much in the art department. I'm hoping to paint another Christmas themed Can before the actual day arrives...we'll see about that. Nevertheless, I did find time to knock out an envelope to a couple that I have long admired and that I consider heroes in the most important areas of life. The letter goes in the mail tomorrow...
Saturday, December 03, 2016
Yup, had to come back to the envelope thing...still loving sending out little doodles to unsuspecting people inside of my realm of influence. This one is for a dear friend who is a little nuts (hence the squirrel) from back in Georgia. A person who, despite having to face some sincere challenges in her life, has been stalwart and passionate about moving forward and making the best out of circumstances that are put in her way. I'm so grateful to know her and her great example.....also, I kinda miss all the squirrels that we so often saw while living in Georgia.