T. S. Eliot poetry and Victorian Architecture Watercolor

Weatherford Victorian House

Aside from house cleaning (which was more interesting than usual), the day was given to reading T. S. Eliot and chipping away at my Victorian watercolor in the garage.  A nice cool day, and clear skies made the ambience ideal for painting.  My buddy David Slight also came by in the afternoon, and stayed the rest of the day, completing his third watercolor (posted previously) which came out superb.  I’ll probably retire to bed with Eliot’s “Four Quartets” still tumbling about in my consciousness.  What an amazing man of words!  I hope someday to render images in paint as clearly and attractively as he did in words.

Thanks for reading.

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One Response to “T. S. Eliot poetry and Victorian Architecture Watercolor”

  1. lindahalcombfineart Says:

    This reminds me of Hopper with its sense of being out there alone. The perspective is very effective as well. Hope you get lots of painting in on Thursday!

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