Tuesday, March 3, 2015
The parts I like best about this one were painted with my index finger. I'm going to have to do more of that, although I do like working with various brushes and other marking tools in this painting lab I've undertaken for myself.
I'm taking a brief respite from painting today to work on a journal for a friend's birthday in early April.
And other than that, it's effectively spring here on the north coast. Looks like our unbelievably severe drought in California will see no relief this year...and with global warming, we could be in for a return to desert-like conditions throughout the state. I say "return," because California, for all intents and purposes, was desert before the advent of dams and the rerouting of most of the state's water resources to the L.A. Basin and the Bay Area. It'll be interesting to see how this scenario unfolds in years to come.
P.S. If you have any interest in learning about California's water history, definitely read Cadillac Desert by Mark Reisner. Outstanding expose'.