Hi all y’all!
I have to say, I do miss the California coast when it is in the humid high 90’s in September in New Orleans… no rain in sight.
The porch table at the camp is finally damaged so much that we need a table cloth to play cards. I had a piece of wood left over from a project that is too heavy to hang on the wall. It was just the right size to replace the damaged table.
This is an aerial view of our camp on the Pearl River.
Here are the stages of the painting…
I sealed the new table top twice with Marine Coat. We are going to clamp it on with liquid nails.
The river is changing course and taking lots of our bank. I am still hopeful that someone will buy the camp and move the cabins back before they fall in the river. It is really lovely there. The cabins are adorable.
We buried St. Joseph upside down, facing the cabins. I was sure this would do the trick and sell the camp. Maybe it will.
I am back to painting wall art. On the 18 x 36″ canvas right now is the beginning of a dog with a chicken on it’s head. One of my favorite themes is an animal riding on an animal. I don’t know why.
I hope wherever you live you are safe from climate change. I hope you are enjoying your life. I hope the best is yet to come.