Monday, March 10, 2014

The end of Hibernation

It's been a long winter and on the first sunny day of spring I have emerged from the studio, blinking like a mole in the sunlight.

Whats that yellow thing in the sky?

The winter months are my most productive painting time, art projects ( more on them in future posts) are well underway and my hibernation is almost over.

But for now I observe that it has  been a very literary start to 2014.
Illustration from  This Year in Jerusalem.

This Year in Jerusalem Has sold out its first edition, with positive reviews in JNS, Hebrew magazine Saloona,   The Times of Israel, and a mention in  the Cornell Chronicle

I'm delighted to have been part of its creation. And will soon be working on a cover for Jeff's second book.

Closer to home, when not painting the winter away I've been writing.  I've had two poems published in the latest edition  of THE SHOp  a magazine for poetry.

Jo-Annes book  Battle For Cedar Creek, now had a website, interesting content coming soon.

And last but not least my Father has written a thought provoking piece for Live Learn Evolve.

Happy Spring everyone!  Lets hope this continues for a while.

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