This is not for sale - it's a gift to my husband. You see, my painting trip to Maine was the day after our anniversary (34 if you must know!), so we kept our celebration low key - with dinner at a favorite restaurant. No presents - I was too busy packing and planning! When I came home, the next morning Tim asked if I wanted to go for a ride... well, I'd just driven home from Mid-Maine, but yeah, we always have good adventures, so I said sure. He wanted to stop at the studio and I got a little...idgy. I didn't FEEL like hanging around the studio. I said I'd wait in the car. "No.." he said, "I may be a while." Well. I kind of got annoyed. Were we going for a ride or not?
Fast forward: I went up to the studio with him, he opened the door - and there was this chair I have been LUSTING after at a local antique shop, and an additional gift of a charm bracelet (I didn't think he was listening...) I'd always loved.
I had a LOT of fun painting this - and the background ... well, you can click to enlarge it - it's kind of crazy - I was totally in a zone.Pin It