An blog article by Rich Nelson talks about how life gets in the way of being an artist: not enough time, rejections, family commitments, earning a living, you can make your own list. But here is his reaction after making time to paint:
"Somehow those days at the easel have released some needed substance into my brain. I have new resolve that this is what I do, what I am meant to do." Click here for the full article.
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A PSST Social Event...
Let's have some fun! Bring a friend, a spouse or just yourself and let's learn a little about art
and spend casual time getting to know each other better and/or just catching up.
First stop the Museum of Fine Arts- Law Building, (lower level) 4 to 5pm
A lecture presented by Anne Woollett, curator of paintings, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, and organizing co-curator of the exhibition “Spectacular Rubens”
The topic is on one of the most fascinating and powerful women of the early 17th century, the spirited Infanta Isabel Clara Eugenia (1566–1633). Rubens was her trusted advisor and court painter.
This is on a first come basis...be early!
Second stop-Socializing! Location in the Museum vicinity-details later.
Let's do this!
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