a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Monday, November 2, 2009

I Met An Artist

You know if you are at the post office long enough, you meet all kinds of people.  Wonderful people, sweet people, helpful people, talented people...I could go on forever.

Today, I met an artist who was featured in this magazine.  She was mailing copies to her friends.  She is a very talented lady and I was lucky enough to get to visit with her awhile.

This lady has more talent in her pinky than I have in my whole body!  Enjoy the site.


Gramma Ann said...

Sounds like that was a great meeting. How lucky for you that you were at the right place at the right time.

Rudee said...

Well at least she wasn't on the FBI's most wanted list. Can you imagine? You look at those pictures all day long, and someone eventually shows up to mail granny some cash. You say, gee, you look familiar. Where have I seen you before?

I always like looking at those pictures when I'm standing on line minding my beeswax. It makes the line go fast.

Where was I before I got carried away? Oh yeah. I'm going to go click that link and follow your story to the end.

Sunny said...

It's fun to meet someone interesting and her paintings are really excellent.
Sunny :)

Rural Rambler said...

How great you got to meet her. Her art is a gorgeous treat for the eyes. Buffalo River Hideout leaves me speechless.

Nezzy said...

It's like when you go to Branson, Mo and your just standing in line visiting with a celeb about his tomatoes. Life is funny! How neat it is to bump into someone so interesting.

Have a super day filled with interesting chance encounters!!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Talent is subjective. Don't discount yourself, my friend.
I think you have an awfully big pinky myself.


The Green Stone Woman said...

She 's a realistic painter. She paints as if she were photographing. It's very well done, but I don't care for it myself. If I want realism, I'll take photography. I like impressionism and abstract art and expressionism and modernism and neo-modernism. All things away from realism. They're much more interesting to me. Paint what you interpret it as, Gail. Paint what you think you see and feel and give it your emotions and technique. That's art!

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