Sunday, January 13, 2019

Time is fleeting

Time seems to be fleeting and the older I get, the faster it goes. A new year, and new beginning, a fresh start. As much as I do not like winter, it is usually a slower pace and a time to reflect, declutter, and catch up on projects left unattended throughout the frantic pace of summer. Here's what I have worked on in the past year. Not much to show, as we made a major move last year, leaving our beloved family home that we raised our 2 boys in, and taking on a new adventure in a different part of our state. We are now closer to the beach and amenities, but with that comes the added traffic and a longer commute to work for both of us. Ah well, no matter how long you search no place on earth is absolutely perfect. We are happy to have a new house, a smaller more manageable yard, more neighbors. I miss our big yard, the expanse of the woods. But I think our social life has grown since moving. As you can see, I've been kind of obsessed with rocks and water.
 The beach and pier (SOLD)
 He is my ROCK 8 x 10 Acrylic $75 Framed
Harbor Abstract $75 16x20 oil
 South Bristol 11x14 Oil $150 framed
 A sense of peace 11x14 $175
 The Marsh 36x36 Oil $650
 Local Birds 6x6 each individually framed $60 each or $200 for all 4
 Kayaking and fishing on the Saco River (not for sale)



 Boats waiting in the harbor 11x14 oil $195
A study of rocks, waves and sky 16x20 oil $225

Retirement: the way life should be (not for sale)