Wild Ozark will be at Terra Studios tomorrow.
But with the rain we might get overnight and in the morning, the odds are looking poor. If I can’t make it there on Saturday, then on Sunday I should be able to make it. Springtime in the Ozarks usually means more rain.
UPDATE: I made it out in time so I’ll be there today 😁
Ordinarily we do get a lot of rain in springtime. But we’ve been getting a lot more rain than ordinary since *last* spring.
Framed some Paintings
All week I’ve been getting ready for this weekend’s South x Southeast Art Tour. I’ve framed a few more paintings, with the intention to sell some original art this time.
When I framed the last one, I thought I might do something a little different. The painting is a monochrome using only the pigment from a red sandstone. I named the paint “Intoxicating”, which is also what I named the painting.
So I added a little nugget of the same kind of sandstone to the frame, so the owner can see the kind of rock I used to make the paint.
Springtime in the Ozarks
Just in case I don’t get any pictures this year of the ephemerals, because springtime in the Ozarks sometimes has a tendency to knock the blooms down before I get to take their portraits, here’s a link from previous year.
1 thought on “If the Creeks Don’t Rise… Springtime in the Ozarks”
When I saw your comment “if the creeks don’t rise” I of course opened the message. Indeed, rising creeks had implication for folks living in the hills and hollows. My last collection of short stories, “If the Creeks Don’t Rise” reflected the same interaction and dependence on things happening beyond control of the characters. Grandmother always used that phrase when she talked about the future. I’ll see you Saturday— if the creek don’t rise.