Last Sunday DH and I drove 9+ hours to Raleigh NC to help #2 child relocate into new digs. One of my jobs was to take down and re-install all of his artwork. Here you see Many Moons (l) and Boats at Slack-tide (r) with a small journal size By the Silvery Moon in the middle. I hadn't seen Many Moons since my visit last year. I remember how much fun it was to make. Most of the mountains are Japanese kimono fabrics. Then, there are 'the boats' that I always enjoy visiting. Every time I think "I should make a series"...maybe I will this time. The general imagery harkens back to my acrylic painting days. There are a slew, a veritable flotilla, of small 'Mackenzie' boats in various collections. The title itself dates the endeavor: I haven't been 'Mackenzie' for over twenty years.
Wednesday we drove over 10 hours to return to our home. It takes longer on a weekday because of the increased NYC traffic. I arrived home to more produce from our Farm Share which really needed to be used...soon. So yesterday I made and processed 3 quarts of Farm Share Fresh Tomato Pasta Sauce, using the remaining bell peppers, onions, garlic, basil and tomatoes. I do have a wonderful feeling of accomplishment when I look at the jars, but it's not as wonderful a feeling as it will be when I finally get into my studio and start on that series.