Went to Frontier in Brunswick yesterday to celebrate the first sunny day in forever. The windows of this old industrial building are huge and the sunlight was pouring in. I love the cozy ethnic bubbling vibe here. That's what I miss most about city life..the way you can have an anonymous place to go to where you can just melt into the scene and be a part but not participate.
Up at Chase's Perimeter Gallery they have a nice exhibition of outsider artist Kenny Cole's work. There is quite a bit of work, and it is really interesting. Visionary and political and truly inventive. And here are some watercolor sketches of mine, and a little thrifty find I paid $7.50 for, to hold collage materials. If I could always paint from my heart I would be a happy girl.