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"Most of us have two lives- the life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands resistance."Steven Pressfield
"The greatest freedoms are freedom from regret, freedom from fear, freedom from anxiety, and freedom from sorrow."
Thich Nhat Hanh
Monday, October 13, 2008
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
- Sue Atchley Ebaugh
At this moment in my life, I am blessed with an abundance of opportunities.In these politically and economically volatile times, opportunities still exist...positive and meaningful opportunities! Never abandon your dreams and aspirations. Genuine wealth and happiness have very little to do with money.Personally, this is a "moment" of pure "synchronicity." Dream!
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Next month, I am going to share a large body of my paintings with an audience in a 2 person exhibit entitled:
MANIFESTED ENCOUNTERS IN PAINT AND WAX
Recent works of Jim Inzero and Jude Harzer.
The opening reception will be held at
638 Arnold Ave.
Pt. Pleasant Beach, NJ.
Over the summer I told Jim Inzero how I envisioned "his" art show. I clearly saw his encaustic paintings displayed against richly textured, scraped plaster walls. Now others will be able to appreciate his work, displayed against those actual walls.To read more about the encaustic technique and to preview emerging artist, Jim Inzero's work, check out his blog at: www.shoreartist.blogspot.com/
Both Jim and I live and work at the Jersey shore. We have created an opportunity to exhibit in our own neighborhood.For those of you who have not had the pleasure of experiencing Pt. Pleasant Beach on a brisk autumn day, a visit is well worth the trip. It is a beautiful and charming shore town that offers fine shopping ,dining and family entertainment. Downtown Pt. Pleasant Beach is just blocks away from the ocean and boardwalk. This nostalgic seaside resort is also a year round residential gem! It boasts contemporary businesses like, Stella e Luna Boutique, Green Planet Coffee Company, The Beanery, Jenkinson's Aquarium and other quality attractions.
A friend once told me that "nothing is random" and encouraged me to see and embrace opportunities. This is one of those "moments." I feel very fortunate that Jim Inzero invited me to participate in this exhibit. Although our art and preferred techniques differ, our "vision" is very much the same. We value skill and creativity and have succeeded in producing impressive bodies of work that celebrate who we are as artists and as individuals. We hope that you will visit the Jersey shore and join us for our opening.
Thank you Jim and Lauren:)