Art on the Rocks

I struggled with two bolts from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00.  Between 5:00 and 6:00, I constructed another raised bed in the back yard and I had sheep manure edging my finger nails, when I headed out with Max for a quick round about the neighbourhood.  It was so nice to float in the bath tub for fifteen minutes before gathering my things and driving down to the Glenbow Museum for the surreal experience of having a former student guide me and a packed house of keen participants in a night of figure drawing.  I feel so proud of Tim Belliveau, for so many reasons, but especially because he’s always had such a big heart.  He is a true gentleman.  It’s time I head for bed, but I’m going to publish a few photos of a variety of exercises Tim gave as challenges.

I enjoyed the music…the opportunity to draw from life…wine…conversation…new people.  Thanks to Penny of the Glenbow.

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