Loving this process of inhabiting. Inhabiting my Body. Inhabiting my Age. Inhabiting my Intuition. It all feels to be deepening and for this I am grateful.
It was a full week of museum visits and a daily painting practice. I did have a two-day headache over the weekend. I am not sure if it was from an accidental few bites of kidney beans (on my no no list) or if it was the fluky switch my pharmacy made in giving me the generic brand of my Thyroid medication that I noticed too late. It fascinates me how sensitive my body is. More and more I see that sticking to the program truly works. For a clear head it feels so worth the attention.
Thanks Pops for the pic! At The Bruce Museum enjoying the Lois Dodd show. Post about her work to follow.Why am I obsessed with these vignettes on my desk?Watercolor in progress.Love this pink brownstone in the West Village.A Brooklyn brownstone interior.
A Maine interior.I came across an old self-portrait from before I met my husband and had our two children. Embracing my artist self.The Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation from my previous post.Gems at The Bruce Museum.Gems at The Gilder Center. I have one very similar that I purchased in India.
Springtime Studio Interior, 1973
Lois Dodd (American, b. 1927)
Oil on canvas
Collection of the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME, A Gift from Violet and Shim Ben-Lev, 1998.6
From the Lois Dodd: Natural Order show in its final weeks at The Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT.
iPhone snaps Beth Horta for Sweet Sabelle.