Well, a couple of paintings from a recent batch ended up going to forever homes before I had time to post them here! Better get a few more up before the next show takes them away (I hope). Though there are a few I wish I could hang onto for a while before they fledge the nest.
Although I love watching the clouds, sometimes the structures that the atmosphere comes up with are just too astonishing for anything. I just love the cloud streets shown in this Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter.
As ever it is my pleasure to pass along the Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter. I know a few of my fans who will immediately think of the first photograph as a ‘JeniBate Sky’.
I love passing along this newsletter – always something to either enjoy or learn. Or both.
I guess there is sometimes a progession in the names. Evening rain and Night Storm. It’s been awhile since I’ve seen either of those, but here they are.
Night storms are interesting because here we have the power go out in about 50% of good storms.
For all you sky lovers out there, here’s their occasional newsletter. I’m looking forward to getting some new skyscapes of my own to inspire me as it has been a while since I’ve been on the back porch with the camera. But as the humidity here was 7% when I got home from La Quinta yesterday afternoon, I don’t think I’m going to be in luck for a little while.
There’s something to be said about global warming – like ‘it’s real!!!!’ – when even art museums are changing the way they choose and store art because of it. I found this article very interesting. Maybe art that is destroyed when it becomes too wet is going to be ‘ephemeral art’ in the not too distant future. Perhaps I should start sculpting in stone…..