Monday, April 06, 2009


Although the exhibition, 383: Viewing the Potomac, is over I'll continue to work on the theme as I paint the diverse Potomac River. Today, I took the show down, hauled the remaining pieces to the studio for storage until my May exhibition in Cumberland, Maryland and sighed—partly out of relief and partly in sadness. For nearly two years the show has been a part of my life. I thought about it constantly as I developed the theme, painted the pieces, and planned the exhibition. As the date drew nearer, it became more of a presence in my life. I'm relieved that it is no longer in my daily thoughts and sad that it's over. More important, I'm thankful for the support and opportunity. This adventure prepares me for all that I will do tomorrow and beyond as I pursue my dreams.

"The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams." —Oprah Winfrey

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