I love it when I can leave my “normal” 60 hour-a-week job and still have sunshine by the time I get home! I think for many, people enjoy the ability to do things after dinner. I see so many more people running, walking their dogs, and just enjoying the outdoors, compared to just a couple of weeks ago.
For me, this marks the beginning of my most productive time of all. I am a highly-energetic person, and love the ability to cram in tons of fun things. Now that the cold is (hopefully) gone, I can already feel my creative juices starting to flow.
“Grandpa & Andy” as well as “Dancing Cranes” are the two pieces that I have already created for the month of March. (I will be showing these two pieces off quite soon).
I am so excited to get started on my next piece of artwork, which is a commission. It has the earmarks of being a challenge for me, because it is a picture taken from an Equitation competition.
Also buzzing around in my head are ideas involving a fundraiser for a local Equestrian Therapeutic Clinic, that helps children and adults through equine oriented activities.
And lastly, my husband and I are planning a trip in May to the four corners of the U.S., as well as exploring the Canyon de Chelly area. If you have not heard of this area, it is rich with Navajo and Anasazi history. I hope to be able to take plenty of pictures for future drawings.
If you have been to this area, and know of other fantastic sights to be seen, please leave a comment, and let me know!