At the time of this writing, I am still very sick and debilitated by allergies. But I have little room to stop (though I have slept a total of 20 hours during the last two sleep cycles). I still need sleep.
Tomorrow (Thursday) I will be taking fifteen framed watercolors to DeSoto City Hall for an exhibition to last through the month of April. Day-after-tomorrow, I load in for the Art in the Park Festival at Kennedale, Texas which will last three days. Right now, I groan at the fact of raising my 10 x 10′ tent! “But maybe in 48 hours I’ll be up to the task.
I will lead a two-day plein air watercolor workshop in Malakoff, Texas on April 12-13. The watercolor society there seems to be a very active, aggressive bunch, and I cannot wait to meet them.
On April 20, I will be at the Artist’s Reception for the 5 x 5 Exhibit at the Arlington Museum of Art. This will be my first time featured in an art museum show.
On April 21, my band has a gig at J. Gilligan’s in Arlington for a benefit. So, we have to schedule some rehearsals to be ready for that as well.
My dance card is really filling up! I have such a desire to return to the studio to pursue watercolor, but I am so sick right now, that all I want to do is crawl into bed. And yet, at the time of this writing, I’m not even halfway through the school day. Bummer.