|LAS JUNTAS DEMO OF JERRY|
Friday, March 1, 2013
I had the pleasure of doing a demo for the Las Juntas Art Society in Pleasant Hill, Ca. It is normally an hour's drive from my house, but it is always a challenge traveling in the commute direction during rush hour. I never know how much extra time to allow. Fortunately, my husband came with me so we were able to drive in the carpool lane. There was a very bad big rig accident with a seven mile back up along the way. Without the carpool lane, I think I would have never made the meeting. Those of you who don't experience California-like driving, consider yourself fortunate. Anyway, I arrived in plenty of time to set up and calm down. The demo went so smoothly, I finished in record time. When the painting was dry, I was able to check for distortions. I was very happy to discover that I was fairly accurate this time and my model/husband likes the Einstein quality that slipped in. You don't always have to make them look more handsome. Brainier works too!
Posted by Myrna Wacknov at 12:33 AM