I have just recovered from the stomach flu that attacked my father-in-law and husband's aunt. NOT FUN!!! I can't tell you how happy I was to wake up this morning and actually be hungry. The one good thing about stomach flu is that you do seem to recover pretty fast, as long as you are careful about what you eat when you first start to feel better. I am still a little weak, but at least I am back in blogland.
This will be a short post, as I have a lot of work to catch up on, having been knocked down for two days. Mostly, I need to begin preparing for a talk I am giving on "Women Artists Who Rock my World" on Friday, April 17th at 7 pm. It is sponsored by the arts organization here, The Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council, which is also the organization that organizes the Art Tours every October here in the high desert. I will be giving my talk at the Copper Mountain College campus, in Room 119, if anyone reading this is in the area and wants to come. This will be my first shot at public speaking, at least to a large audience. I did talk about art all day, every day, when I had my gallery. Hopefully, that will help me not to feel so nervous about talking in front of a crowd. (Hopefully!)
My friend, Marjorie Franklin, who is a talented computer artist, will be talking about "Pixels in the Wind - The digital side of Contemporary Art" on Friday, May 1st as part of this same lecture series. She was going to speak this coming Friday, but her talk has postponed for various reasons. I am looking forward to her talk, since I don't really know that much about digital art.
This monotype will be listed on etsy later today.