This past weekend, with the "Stormy Weather" events going on in town, was very busy. We had some great traffic through the gallery.
I was amazed at how many people came to see my work, and want to talk about the "Quick Draw". I ended up selling a couple other of the practice works I painted also.
This morning I was going to spend some quiet time in the gallery boxing a few things up for FedEx, try to clean the gallery up and re-hang the walls.
No such luck. It has been raining here since last Wednesday and has not let up. Right now it is still coming down in sheets. Anyway, the highway between where I live and the gallery is under water and closed. So I am stuck at home.
It makes me wonder how often it rains here. I am being sarcastic of course, because I know for a fact that it rains here a great frickin deal of the time. It's coastal Oregon for crap sake. What I want to know is why, in the last almost 200 F'ing years of this town being here, has NO ONE thought about raising highway 101 about 4 or 5 feet up so it wont flood? Am I the only one who has ever thought of that? Every bloody year the highway has to be closed for an indeterminate amount of time because the river over flows and ends up on the highway.
This is not to mention the fact that the streets flood, the parking lots flood, every building in town leaks. What the hell is wrong with these people?
The best part, is that every year they act surprised that it all floods and leaks.
Ok, enough about these local Bozos.
Halloween pics are here! I know, you are excited. Clam down here they are.
The little guy was hard to photograph this year so there are only a few good shots. The one with me is not one of them.
Thank you very much to all of you who commented and emailed with support during my Quick Draw rantings. For something that only lasted and hour. It took about a month of hard work. Your support meant a lot to me. When I start giving away some of the practice works you will all be at the top of that list. Feel free to let me know which one you would like and where to send them. Unframed of course. Sorry, framing is expensive.
Lets hope I can get to the gallery some time this week. Looks like more rain.