If you don’t hear from me for awhile, it will mean that I am without Internet access. I leave in the morning for St. Louis to participate in the Taste of St. Louis art festival. Two weeks ago, at Grapefest, I was unable to get adequate Internet access to blog from my booth (I always like to blog onsite at festivals). So, if the blog goes silent, please understand that I am unplugged.
I am posting a reproduction of a large watercolor I completed last year, that is now at the Weiler House Fine Art Gallery (www.weilerhousefineart.com). This print is 8 x 10″ and I have put it in an 11 x 14″ matte with plastic sleeve. The setting is Winfield, Missouri, a sleepy Mississippi River town sprawled along Highway 79 north of St. Louis. I captured this image on camera just as the sun was rising, back in the summer of 2009. I was saddened to see the store out of business, as it featured all the advertising and signage I had loved seeing as a child.
Well, I must get some rest for tomorrow’s road odyssey. Thanks for reading.