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February 08, 2022

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Thank you, Carol. SO much color in Hawaii, from the birds that I love in the high forests of Kauai to the groves of Hosmer Forest on Maui. Perhaps most of all, I love the rainbow eucalyptus trees, which like many of the colorful birds, I think are not indigenous, but I love them just the same!

I am late to reading this post - it's now March 9. And I know what you mean about the desire for color. We have been in Hawaii for two weeks, and it was a feast of color for me. But these paintings show the promise of color to come, which is also very special. I love it that you keep painting, and that you keep studying what lies close to you. In Hawaii I was talking to my brother-in-law about the desire to travel to see the sights in new places and the desire to discover new sights in the old places. They are similar wants, but I always seem to lean towards the latter.

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