A quote for all my friends south of the equator, where spring is in full swing:
She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
“Winter is dead.”
– A. A. MILNE, When We Were Very Young
Debutantes © 2014 Karen Mathison Schmidt
12 x 36 x 2 inches • oil on museum quality, archival GessobordTM
private collection • Shreveport, Louisiana
This is one of the paintings I had on display at the Red River Revel a couple of weeks ago, a picture of the daffodils gracing our front yard last spring. As we were preparing to hang it, I accidentally dropped it, damaging the top left and bottom left corners EVER so slightly.
Oh well, accidents will happen. And you can hardly notice the damage, which could be easily and completely hidden by framing.
But still, I’m putting it in my eBay store at half price -- what a deal!