The official end of summer is always defined for me by the beginning of a new school year and all that needs to get done prior to the first day of school. This past week I had to retrieve both of my daughters from summer activities on the cape (same aweful drive on 93S, two days in a row). I managed to put quality time in rush hour traffic getting through Boston, yuck! Now we have several days before we are back on the road heading for upstate New York. The challenge is the quick transition from camp mode to school mode, and right now making new art is not going to happen for me until the school transitions for both of my daughters are complete. I miss the meditation that goes along with my art making.
Art news I can share is that two of my pieces now have new owners, both works are personal favorites. When I have the time, I plan on doing several other versions of the white buddha image transfer, and then it will be time to organize my body of work for the Columbus Day weekend Paradise City art show.