|"Sand dune study, New Jersey" by Hilary J. England, 8" x 10" oil on canvas 2010|
Art Expo NYC is rapidly approaching, and due to some scheduling conflicts, I will not be able to be there on Saturday, but I will be there for the last day of the Expo, on Sunday afternoon, from 2 pm until closing at 6 pm. I look forward again to meeting some more wonderful people!
I had a visit with my Doctor, and I feel confident that with his management, I can get this back issue healed, and it is slowly starting to feel a little better, so I am not as down in the dumps about the constant pain, since it is starting to lessen. That is enough to make me jump for joy, but I'll do that with caution LOL.
The newspaper interview went very well, and I was happy to meet such a lovely and interesting reporter. It's always nice to meet new and interesting people, and we did have alot of common interests, off the record. I'll post the link when her article is published.
So, I leave you with another little beach study from the Jersey shore last summer. It's simply a sand dune oil study, but these little studies are an interesting little bit of history in themselves, because if you look very closely, you can see little grains of sand mixed into the paint, after getting pelted with sand during a wind gust. So, I take little bits of the places I study with me! Enjoy ♥