I welcome the beginning of the light half of the year at Mid-Spring, Beltane, the most lighthearted time of year. It’s been a busy time in the garden, we are already eating spinach and herbs. Things have been planted in the greenhouse, and some things outside. For this short quarterly Mid-Spring Studio Update, here are captioned images of activity since Mid-Winter. Most captions have links to stories behind the topic.
Book Now button on the Home Page, to make a studio visit.
“Abraham Lincoln’s Kentucky” watercolor, drawing, collage by Kathleen O’Brien on display at “Oh! Kentucky” exhibit until May 17 at Central Bank, John G. Irvine Gallery, 700 East Vine Street, Lexington, KY
“Alexander’s Library” exhibit at Lexington Public Library – all 30 feet of 19 artist books and 17 paintings, exhibited February – March
Greg is victorious at getting the water running again after the wind storm in early March
Tulip and arugula bouquet from Laura Poulette, watercolor sketch with “Graphite Grey” paint, done after our studio visit
Jesta Bel, our beloved neighbor corgi and mother of our Bel, her last picture when she passed on March 11, smiling until the last
“Talisman for A Beautiful Day”, necklace by Kathleen O’Brien premiered at the Valentine Special
Such a beautiful Newsletter to receive, Kathleen. Full of love and light and respect for Nature and Humanity.🙏
Thanks, Jennifer. It is a very shortened form compared to the one I sent by email. You might want to read that, let me know. Kathleen