We are still spending our days with a family member in the
hospital, and I don't know how long this will continue.
I found a post from a few years ago, and it made me happy,
and says what I'd like to talk about tonight. It was written
before COVID, and at the time my family didn't have
someone coping with being in a hospital. Still I like the
thoughts I shared then.
"This painting is certainly about loving life. I think maybe
that's what all of my art is about. It isn't that I don't know
the downside of life, I'm well aware that there is so
much to be sad about in this world. But I do feel that those
of us who are lucky enough to see the beauty around us,
to appreciate small things, to love what nature offers, and
to care about the people who make our lives magnificent --
need to share our bounty.
That doesn't mean we have our heads in the sand, or that
we don't take action against cruelty, wrong doing,
the ills of this world. It means as artists with an ability
to create and record the vitality of this planet and
its people -- we want to share what we see.
Thank you for being out there, and being my inspiration
Have a loving your life day.