On February 19 I drove the 401 freeway into the rising sun.
I took the 115 divided highway north and continued north on the two lane highway 35.
I was returning to the Lindsay Gallery with a load of nine acrylic paintings cargo in The Black.
The three member hanging committe, without guidance from me, quickly arranged the show the way they saw fit and had it hung it before noon.
Richard and I sat opposite each other on two of the four benches in the center of the gallery comfortably not speaking much from about 9:30 until noon.
I young man from a local high school fulfilled a project to interview me durning his lunch break.
It was fun and in depth and, I think he skipped his first afternoon class which was a complement.
I asked him twice about his student status. He didn't look like a high school kid. I guess the Kawartha Lakes School Board allows young men to
Finally, Connie Jacobs, did a video interview...
On my way home south on highway 115 I stopped at Maralynn Cherry (mouse over) and Tony Cooper's home. Tony had skied out along the creek sketching. Maralynn is a good conversationalist, well read, intellegent, and talented but, she would not let me photograph her artworks.
After a time Tony returned with a brand new, brilliant winter landscape oil sketch.
Time passed quickly and easily. Soon it was almost sunset.
I picked up some takeout, near home, down by the boon docks and, when I arrived home, Alexander and Jessica were there for our little dinner party!