I finished two paintings this week (well, the little boy one was started a few weeks ago, but still). I’m going in for a third. Tropical Storm I (short for Isaias, which nobody could pronounce or spell), was inspired and painted during the storm’s trip through South Carolina. Hungarian Farmer Gen 4 is my great nephew, aged 2, supervising his beloved chickens. I loved the subject, but the frosting on the cake, so to speak, was the dappled light on the grass. It will be on it’s way to the boy’s Geeg (grandmother) for her birthday after it is varnished and framed.
The more the world of commerce opens up, and the higher the infection rate of the Virus goes, the more we stay inside. Hence, more time for painting. We ask one another on Friday night, “What do you want to do this weekend?” The answer is the same each week, for now…we don’t want to go where there are crowds, so we pretty much stay home.
We are glad for Zoom and Facetime, so at least we can see friends’ and loved ones’ faces and hear their voices. Look for regular updates on my instagram (lindadeliafineart) and facebook (deliafineart) pages.