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The life of an artist

 Nearing the end of a long winter, I feel like each day is the same as the one before, only the paintings are different.  I’m a pretty driven person, and Heather will tell you that I put in the hours in the studio - perhaps too many.  That said, I know when I have reached the point where turning off the lights early is the best thing for me.  The lights are off early tonight. I have created over 70 new paintings since the start of 2021.  That is a creative pace far beyond anything I’ve done previously.  The lockdown and lack of outside commitments have left a lot of time for painting. My unique challenge after maintaining such a furious pace is that I have had a hard time keeping canvases in stock.  Certain sizes are hard to come by and I find myself having to wait on projects as I wait for canvases to arrive.   As I look back on the first two months of the year, I am grateful for wonderfully supportive clients and fans.  They are literally peppered across the country and it has been s

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