I am so excited! You remember Douglas David – painter from Indiana. He is the fabulous artist who painted our Wayfarer cottages
Since I never have time to do anything in the summer, I live vicariously through my guests. In the evenings after everyone is back “home” and ready to have a cocktail and a chat, I sit and listen to the adventures of the day.
A few weeks ago, Douglas stayed again and, of course, he told me about his adventures. Douglas comes for a few weeks each summer to give painting lessons for the Frankfort Art Center and to exhibit a few of his paintings at the Center. Do check out his website: Link to Douglas’ website
Today he sent pictures. Yay.
What a gorgeous way to work – painting where your heart desires… The beach looks enticing to me. Oh how I would love to learn how to paint. Alas, I cannot even draw decent stick figures.
Today LuAnn called to see if I had time to run away to the Trick Dog Gallery for a coffee and a look-see around the place. I had not had a chance to go there all summer. Oh how I have missed it.
I bought 2 lemon muffins (Marc’s favorite), lovingly baked by Linda Jaris, and my usual large Cappuccino. LuAnn had something, I don’t know what, hehe.
I bought a new leash for Bear and noticed later that I should have bought a new thingy for around his neck too. And then I bought a new bamboo windchime. I used to have one but it got damaged by the winds around here. This new one is quite a bit more elaborate.
I walked around and took pictures until we found a note stating “no photographs”. Yikes. Immediately I stopped taking picachures but I also did not delete any of the ones I took.
I want to show you what it’s all about but need to ask permission to do so first.
View from the porch at the Trick Dog Gallery
Looking across the bay into Frankfort
So much to see
I want a house full of Greg Jaris art
another piece of whimsy
Fun – all over the place