Tuesday, November 20, 2012

My Last Creation


This is the last creation off my easel which was the Week 18 finale of A Diary of Faces.

At the end of a class, I always need to go back inside myself to reflect, rest, and rejuvenate. For some crazy reason, it takes me a while to start painting without the camera running. I think it is something about routine. 

By the end of the year, I expect I will get into a good routine of retirement. I have been trying real hard to NOT have a routine. Now, I'm ready to work some routine into my days. I know this is crazy talk but it is what is on my mind.

That and gratitude. I have so much to be grateful for and I just want to tell you, I am grateful for you. 
Sharon

10 comments:

  1. Thank you, Sharon, for such a powerful, instructive, and amazing class. I have learned so much. Your tutorials are so comprehensive and generous. I really like this final work and am constantly amazed at how you go from your initial inspirations to the final piece. You have such vision and expertise. For example, the transparency of the skirt in this work is fantastic. Thanks again for such a wonderful course and I look forward to seeing your work expand even more as you settle into retirement.

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  2. A routine is good. It helps us get things done. Even the fun things. The best thing about retirement is probably that you can break or change that routine whenever you choose.

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  3. She is amazing. I think she is now a favorite of mine. The black and white stockings, whimzy at it's best. You are so special, I love to come see what is next!!!! Mary

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  4. As I am for you, dear Sharon. Have a great holiday.

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  5. THIS is so so stunningly SPECIAL sharon, truly! HAPPY THANKSGIVING to you and your family. :)

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  6. I love your beautiful vision, Sharon.
    I agree with Melisa above that a routine is good. If you're naturally a routine person, don't fight against it. And if you're not, you'll do it another way. Just be in the flow and do what feels right for you.

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  8. You finished the class in grand style. Your latest and last is the greatest! I believe you need routine in your retirement, otherwise, you might wither away into a world of fantasy! I speak from experience. LOL!

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  10. holy cow! do you know how incredibly talented you are...
    This is amazing!

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