Saturday, September 19, 2009

Last Semblance of Summer

The end of summer is here, and it's a bittersweet time for those of us in the beautiful northwoods. The trees are are beginning to turn beautiful colors, which creates an artist's paradise, but soon the bleak monotone days of winter will be upon us. For many who are avid outdoorspersons, the winter is not a time to stay indoors, but to frolick in the beautiful ice and snow. I'm looking forward to the opportunities to try new works!


skarppala said...

It's been a while since I visited the Eaton Gallery. Amazing work, Kay. Do you have any idea how much you've improved? You were really, really good before but you are headed for greatness now! All your hard work, painting a day, has really made the difference. It's really thrilling to watch! Love the sunflower and your two entries, especially. Kudos!

Kathleen Eaton said...

Thank you so much for your kindness! Becoming an artist is definitely a process. I do feel like I've improved, but I know that I have a long way to go too. I've been somewhat stifled in my growth by other responsbilities at this time, but am continuing to pursue the dream as much as possible. Your support means so much! Thank you!