There is always a struggle in the life of an artist of what to do first. Do I paint today, answer emails, clean the studio or cut mats and assemble artwork? As a free spirit, many artists will just do the thing that demands being done that day. But often, there is a schedule to keep. Work to be done because if must be. Any successful artist will try to keep to the schedule he or she made earlier. Those things done well will stand the test of time, like this red barn. Have a good day today and get your priorities right. This painting was sold to a friend for another friends wedding gift. I call that a good priority!
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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.