Monday, December 29, 2008


2 comments:

Ron Harrison said...

I don't know how to respond to these blog posts, but I wanted you to know that we met this afternoon in Swampscott, you gave me your address, and I visited your gallery. I found all of them to be interesting and similar to an artist in Salem. Similar in that he takes a well-known saying and then constructs a painting around that. Since I don't know whether you will get this, let me just say I wish you luck with your show in Keene.

Dana said...

I recall visiting your studio as you worked on this one. I think I commented then that I really liked it; I still do! It makes me think of Locks of Love. i'm growing my hair out for a donation the second time now, and I've just hit that annoying stage where it's long enough that I roll over on it in the middle of the night and get stuck. I wish I could cut my hair and send it of now, but I need another couple inches.... I guess I feel your character's pain. And yet she looks so serene and resigned, like, "Oh well, this phase too shall pass." Well done, friend!