It’s been quite a year, writing curriculum for 9 preps and studying for my art therapy board exam happening early July…but I see the light at the end of the tunnel. Yes…what every teacher dreams of on a day filled with SOLs, fire drills, IEPs, meetings, and melting kids…SUMMER VACATION.
This pic of Rockport, Massachusetts in high summer was just what I needed to paint these last few weeks. I loved thinking about seagull caws, salty breezes, and ice cream cones melting over my fingertips , not to mention this scene isn’t far at all from Edward Hopper’s stomping grounds in Gloucester. That old house turned into a store on the left had me in yet another Hopper-inspired mood. The original (a whopping 12″x 24″, $395) is available, and prints can be found here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/rockport-anne-lewis.html?newartwork=true