Monday, May 27, 2013

A BUSY WEEK

Have a busy week in front of me.  Not bad.  Just things to do and things to make happen.

Class is Tuesday (the first one of this month since one student has medical issues/family issues to deal with and can't be here - and another is getting called in sporadically for jury duty! - one other student will return in June).  

Friday I have to take 2 paintings to The Barn in Mariemont for the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society show which will run from June 2nd (opening 1-4 pm that Sunday) through the end of the month.  I do hope you can get over to see it, if you are in the area.

Saturday is June 1st - the deadline for the Viewpoint entries.  They can be done online this year and that's what I'm going to do.  But I have 2 paintings to finish first!  One is almost done, the other is going to take another few days.  I am going to enter 3 and hope that 2 get in - or not! ha ha  One never knows.  The judge this year is John Ruthven and he is very famous and does work in an Audubon style.  I may be making a mistake painting crows for this since he does birds - very detailed like Audubon - but that's what I wanted to do and I'm doing it.  After I get those entries ready, I'll share them here.  

And this weekend I have to get the guest room cleaned and ready for a special guest:  the one and only Carol Carter is coming to visit and give a presentation at the GCWS on Wednesday, June 5th.  If you can't be there, you are going to miss a great program!!  Carol is driving over Tuesday, will spend Tuesday and Wednesday night here!  I am so excited!  (Can you tell by all the exclamation marks??!!??? ha ha)

So all this blather is to tell you that I may not be posting much this week.  Or next week.  But I'll be back soon with work to share and other stuff (reading and perusing another Mary Whyte book that is gorgeous and had me wanting to visit South Carolina again very soon - maybe in the fall.)    


2 comments:

CrimsonLeaves said...

Well goodness, Rhonda! Have fun!

Helen K. Beacham Fine Art said...

Please tell Carol hello from me! You're lucky to be having her, Rhonda!