Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Just Show Up



Almost Winter 6x6 oil on panel
I had the most fabulous time Saturday at BookStock, a meet and greet at the Winslow House featuring panels of  authors which included readings with a plethora of local writers. I had no idea!!
Meanwhile, I put in some studio time and realized again, that all I have to do is show up and the work gets underway. It's a delicious feeling for an artist. Thanks for your visits and comments. They make my day.

15 comments:

Teresa Dominici said...

Beautiful work!

CrimsonLeaves said...

Such gorgeous skies reflected in the water. I wish I had delicious feelings, too! LOL

Jo-Ann Sanborn said...

Yes, today's painting is yummy!

Studio at the Farm said...

OK ... this is petty darn good for just showing up!!!!! :)
Big hugs and a snarffle to boot from the Big Guy!

Anne Winthrop Cordin said...

I love the wisdom teaching that goes with this painting.My phrase is " suit up, and show up".Beautiful painting!

SamArtDog said...

Lucky you showed up. It would've been kinda spooky if this showed up on its own.

Nancy Colella said...

You said it beautifully! Right on. Love your blog lately. Very thoughtful.

Dottie Leatherwood said...

LOVE this! When I think of your paintings, this is what I think of!

Nancy B. Hartley said...

You are so right, success is 80% showing up! Beautiful result, so calming and peaceful, love the bold brush strokes!

hmuxo said...

Wonderful work...great reflections in the water from the trees!!

Susan said...

Hi Mary,
Glad you just showed up with Kelley today....always enjoy your blog.
Susan

Maureen Brookfield said...

Mary, I Just love the bold colors and strokes in this painting... show up and work sounds like a plan... my trouble is my computer is in my studio and I tend to get sidetracked, but will keep your words in mind, or maybe in front on my computer screen :)

art by Michael Perchard said...

So glad you showed up!
Great work!
Michael

rdl said...

Brrrrrrr…. love it!!

Kimberly Vanlandingham said...

I swear, that should totally be your slogan. I can remember you saying that at the von Liebig this past year. Lovely, beautiful painting!

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