One of the best parts of my job is the variety that happens from day to day. Some days I’m painting, some I’m writing, some I’m running to the post office, getting props for photo shoots, doing the photo shoots for my art products, visiting stores… and whatever else. Yesterday, I got to visit a couple galleries. It was a beautiful day (it’s been so cruddy here up until now) so I appreciated the sun and scenery on the way.
First stop, the Art Garage in Green Bay, WI.
I’ve got two paintings in the upcoming “Sanity” exhibition (“Her Heart Is Light” and “This Child Is Free“) and I dropped those off.
One thing about the particular area I was driving in (Green Bay to Door County, WI) is that the scenery is just so. incredibly. beautiful. It really makes me stop and appreciate it all. I could have taken a zillion photos. (I won’t share them all, don’t worry.) But I will share a few.
Then, the Hardy Gallery. First of all, I loved the building. The graffiti art that filled the outside was great, and the location was even better. I had never been to this gallery before, so of course I couldn’t help myself from gushing over the whole experience of just being in this space. I saw many paintings from artists I admire and friends and listened to the water sing its song while I gazed at art. I mean, seriously, is there anything better than that?
Not every day of my work is filled with hearts and roses (or art galleries and pretty scenery) but I definitely cherish the days that are. It was a soul-filling roadtrip and one that left me inspired.
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