I spent Friday in a most happy way with my sisters Nancy Sharp and Lois Guerin. They wanted to know how to paint a batik butterfly. I told them that they were most privileged to learn this, as I have not as yet consented to give a lesson to anyone in the batik media. They are both accomplished artists--each in their own right. I felt happy and humbled to teach them something. If they only know how much they taught me as we spent time together. Please enjoy my slide show of pics from the day.
I wish I knew how I know it is time for something new. I don't. I just feel it. I think I feel it every time I finish one painting. No, I feel it before I finish a painting. It is like driving down the road in a car. The road is forever stretching out before your eyes. The first hill is looming in front of you and yet, there is another one as soon as you get to the top of it. Turning a corner, you wonder what is beyond the bend in the road and the next and the next.... the next painting is like that. Never ending. Always a new and exciting adventure! Paint it!
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Sarah L. Luginbill is a self-taught painter who has a deep love for all things beautiful. A weathered house, or a newly bloomed flower capture her eye and end up forever on the canvas and paper.