Sunday, February 9, 2020

Hull Massachusetts Art Show "Sea and Sky 2020"

Hello all my art buddies!  I am back.  Feeling better.

Meds from double lung transplant can create havoc. 

Now on the mend.

Hope all are well.

Michael

Two paintings recently accepted in juried art show Lifesaving Museum.

Located in Massachusetts coastal town of Hull!



                            "Bass Harbor Lighthouse" Acrylic Canvas 12"x 24" 


  • "Night Waves" Acrylic Canvas 15"x 30"

8 comments:

  1. These two paintings are outstanding Michael and again, huge congratulations … how I wish to see them in person. I'm so happy you're feeling better, my friend....I've been thinking of you. I haven't painted since my little pooch passed away. She always sits with me as I paint so its a bit difficult going in the room... Take care!!!!

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    1. Hilda I am so very, very sorry for your loss! So sad. Hoping as time goes on your happy memories will carry you through all this. I commented on your FB post and wondered if you have a painting of your little buddy? Maybe a painting of your dear pet would be something to think about. Again I am so very sorry Hilda! You take care of yourself! Peace and comfort I send to you my dear art friend!

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    2. I'm going for cataract surgery tomorrow and God willing I'll be able to paint her soon. Its only a week that she died. I think since she died right in front of me is why its so upsetting. But this too will pass. I'm so thankful you're mending ...you certainly went through hell and back. I look forward to seeing your paintings...you're getting better and better with every painting you do. Take care, my friend.

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    3. Hilda! My dear art buddy! Hope eye surgery went well! In time I am sure you will be able to paint her! I agree and I am most certain witnessing that tragedy is very, very difficult to handle. Hang in there. There is a great powerful pop song titled "Brave" by sung by Sara Bareilles that I listen to all the time to help keep me strong! You may want to search YouTube to hear it? When you are ready or maybe even a little bit ready I am thinking it will be so good for your healing process to maybe even thinking about the painting! I am sure of one thing Hilda it will be the best or at lease one of your best and important works of art! We all certainly know mourning is so individualistic and will take time. I am hoping wonderful memories will soon help and not hurt as much. Please keep me informed. Even if you are just starting to think about starting the painting! I want to know. Okay buddy! Thank you for all your very kind words Hilda! Any time of praise coming from you is so appreciated. I am doing fine. So appreciative for a second chance! Now you take care my friend! Your Hilda Muxo Art Loving Buddy and More! Michael

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  2. Hi Michael.... I just wanted to tell you that I had the eye surgery and all is well. I'm going on March 11th for my other eye. And I can tell you that I see colors in a way that I never did before. I finished another painting of a horse but it was a challenge since I had to wear goggles to protect the eye from pastels. I need to rest them now.. for awhile since I don't want to hurt them.
    I'm still mourning my Cali and I try not to think of her because I get too emotional. I saved the name of the song Brave and will listen to it tomorrow. Thank you Michael, SO much. Sending you hugs.

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  3. Ola Hilda! So very happy surgery a success! And the colors look better! Yippee for both! I saw your most beautiful horse painting on FB! As always FANTASTIC! Certainly rest and cover your wonderful eyes!!! Dust from pastels can be tough. I had to stop using them due to my lung issues! You will probably mourn your beloved Cali for a long time. Don't hurry! People mourn in so many different ways and times for mourning certainly vary! Hugs back at you buddy! All the best Hilda!

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