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December 02, 2020

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I wish you could see it too, Carol. Isn't it interesting to go to an exhibition of your work and regard a substantial body of it as a whole? It always helps me see what I've been up to, in a way almost nothing else can do. I envy your time with grandchildren. After almost 9 years--her whole life--of seeing my granddaughter in Washington State at least every six weeks on average, it's been more than 9 months. We do FaceTime art activities every week, and that's wonderful, but I miss being able to see her and hug her, along with her mother and father.

Wow Kes. This looks like a fabulous show. I sure wish I could see it in person. Not possible, though, as we're in Portland for the next few months. 29 paintings is really a wonderful body of work, and the photos you've shared look so inviting. Good luck with your "Covid" opening. I'm sure it will go splendidly. As always, I admire your work and your work habit. My days have been crazy lately, and I've been unable to work (we are in Portland helping out with the grandkids). I miss it very very much. Stay safe. Stay healthy. Enjoy the beauty of the Alaska winter.

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