This is a painting I did in 1985 after Richard Segalman. I never knew the name of it so I called mine Women on Beach. Actually, I never officially named it. I painted it on a 16x20 canvas sheet or board, I no longer remember which.
A friend I worked with and her partner fell in love with it and begged me for it. That was all it took! I gave it to them and was always glad that it went where it was supposed to go.
I was pleased to learn Richard Segalman is still painting and I have some of his recent paintings to share.
|Aqua Sea - 13x17 - 2007|
|Dusk - 8½x10½ monotype - 2004|
|End of Summer - 13x16½ monotype 2007|
|La Mer - 11¾x15¾ monotype - 2011|
|Walking Toward Washington I - 2012|
The car is packed down to my purse and ice in the cooler. Last summer when I left my purse at home and didn't know it until I was needing gas. That worked out OK but was a tense couple of hours until it was resolved - long story. My practice is to have the car completely packed and just get up, brush my teeth, dress and leave. This time, I'm being a little more careful to take my purse! My friends, Jenny and Dave, that are house sitting at my house arrived today and are as excited as I am. They already took a walk on the beach!
So, we are ready, let the good times begin.