Since Fudge the cat came to stay on Christmas Eve…my luck seems to have turned. The new year has begun on a very positive footing.
Fuge the Cat.
Old friends returned today in the form of two paintings. Both paintings have been safely housed with good friends in Wales for the past eleven years. It’s wonderful to have them back.
This self portrait (large oil on canvas), circa 1987 holds great significance for me given that it was painted at an important turning point in my life.
I live in a one bedroom flat in London, which is already filled to the brim, and so stacking is definitely now in order:)
The other very large oil on canvas, was painted in 1982, inspired by the rock formations on Isle-au-Haut Maine, an island which sits in the Penobscot Bay, part of Acadia National Park. After painting on the Island I then integrated the rock formations with the human form.
Part of a large series, this painting represents the final time that people turn their backs on one another. They may live together for many more years, but the backs have been turned!
Here it is leaning against the wall in my bedroom. As I say, I live in a one bedroom flat!:)
And so another lovely day. Quite Clearly, the Magical Hummingbirds are working overtime:)