11 April, 2008

Snow Curve

Snow Curve
7.5" x 7"
Pastel
Mar 08
Casey Klahn

The art studio "automobile" is cranking along on one cylinder, it seems. I am desperate to get well from my operation that occurred two months ago, and now am trying to get past a nagging sore throat. Chronic pain and feeling tired doesn't help when you're needing to get up at 4 AM in order to do your art work.

And, just when I get well enough, the kids will be out of school for the summer!

O.K., Maggie says no excuses. And, she is the Future Queen of the World, so I had better listen to her sage advice and quit belly-aching.

Let's see, where did I put those goals?

7 comments:

Meg Lyman said...

LOVE those colors!

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, Meg!

Adam Cope said...

casey

i think my 'puter is up the spout

just wanted to say bonne courage

& try & pace yourself through your convalesence.

keep well & keep on making those lovely colourist works of yours

best
adam

Casey Klahn said...

Pace? Arg. Some art time would be nice this week.

Thanks, Adam.

Katherine Tyrrell said...

Now if you've got the "head cold from hell" (which was exported from Europe to the USA via Laurelines) you have my permission to feel grim and to be unable to do very much except whine about how grim you feel to your nearest and dearest. I've had the HCFH and this strategy works - they take pity on you and organise the washing up! You are also allowed an odd reference while blogging to just how grim you really feel!

I'll sort the Maggie for you - she whines at me when she feels grim!

Casey Klahn said...

Done whining, now.

Maggie Stiefvater said...

Poor Casey . . . you're allowed to whine. ;) You just aren't allowed to let in get in the way of working. So, multi-task. Whine while creating pastel dust, you know?

Anyway, I'm late catching up on my blog reading so I hope you're better by the time I write this.

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