Today was one of those days. I actually got caught out without my iPhone! Gasp! Remember that old Chase Jarvis saying? The best camera is the camera you have with you.
Well, I had my iPad Air wth me. So I used it. So glad I did.
Watercolor / 6 x 9 inches
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This old steam locomotive is obviously out of service for now. But what will be its fate? Will it be parted out, or restored and put back to work, hauling loads of happy tourists along the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railway line over the 10,015 foot Cumbres Pass and through the Toltec Gorge, between Chama, New Mexico, and Antonito, Colorado?
Oops, I somehow managed to leave out the image that accompanied this wonderful testimonial yesterday from a happy collector, and to say Thank You, Marcia, for your kind words.
From: Marcia Keeth
Date: Monday, November 25, 2013
Subject: It's here! It's beautiful! and more!
Thea,My painting arrived today, and I love it! I immediately took down my Georgia O'Keefe posters and hung my new Farnsworth on the wall by itself opposite my desk so that I can just stare at it for a day or two until it tells me where it wants to live permanently. My first Farnsworth lives on my desk, but I think this one will go home with me. Time will tell.
The framing is amazing — for two reasons. First, it's perfect and absolutely beautiful. But here's the part that blew my mind. That same trip to Paris in which John and I had the most memorable romantic night in Monmartre after visiting Sacre Couer, the next day we spent most of the day at the Musee d'Orsay where all the French Impressionists are. There was a Monet that I had never seen before, and I just fell in love with it. When we got home, (my) John had a print of that painting framed for me, and I keep it in my office. I had to take a photo of the two together and send it to you. Photo attached.
Thank you so much! And please give John my thanks and share with him how much joy his work gives me.
I am also delighted to hear that Lynn bought “The Conversation.” When I saw that one, I loved it, too.
Love to both of you,Marcia
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Watercolor / 6 x 9 inches
Oil on Paper Mounted on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches
Today, my daily photograph is about age and rust and nostalgia, and so is this daily painting. While visitng the home of another friend and collector recently, I just couldn't pass up this cute little rusty antique race car, piloted by a famous mouse.
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Oil on Paper mounted on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches
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Out here in the Southwest, you see them all over the place. Collections of old junk cars and trucks. Twisted and bent, baking in the sun, they patiently await the restoration that never comes, and return slowly to the earth. I suspect they’re the same all over the country, but in other places, the lush green vegetation keeps them hidden away.
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Geraniums in a Rusty Bucket / Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches
I thought about calling this one Beauty and the Beast. But that’s been taken. Besides, I kind of liked the sound of Geraniums in a Rusty Bucket. This was in a friend’s home in Taos, just inside the back door,and I was taken by the contrast and by the simple, earthy nature of both the paint can and the geranium itself. Very down to earth, very Taos.
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