Studio Sanctuary

I require of any lecturer that he will read me a more or less simple account of his own life, of what he has done and thought, — not so much what he has read or heard of other men’s lives and actions.

Henry David Thoreau, Journal, 1843

I could not have dialed up a more beautiful dawn, rising at 6:48, getting in a little fly fishing, cooking breakfast in a country kitchen, reading from Thoreau, then entering the front of the store to resume a watercolor begun yesterday evening. The quiet of this south Texas country is soothing, and echoing Thoreau’s sentiments posted above, I hope this testimony might bring a soothing balm to others who read.

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