Autumn and the Magic of Paint

The rain and wind have taken most of the golden, russet and red leaves down – but the last ones up are all the more beautiful for that – shining against the darks of the forest and hedgerows. It’s of my favourite times of the year but there aren’t many hours to catch the daylight for painting so each minute is all the more precious. And then as the light fades it feels as though I have permission (as though I need it – but the work ethic is deeply entrenched!) to light the fire and read, or meditate before the moon and stars come out to tell me I can completely relax now and watch something good on television (and what a wealth of choice there is). A glass of red wine maybe, cat and dog stre

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