This is a huge thank you to the amazing staff at the Interlakes Oncology & Hematology at ParkRidge Hospital! You ladies make everyone feel special and loved, your dedication is impressive and real. I’m happy to have been moved up from anemic to the lower scale of iron, but you make me fee better and strong specially after that shot of iron…here’s a rose for you!
Monthly Archives: March 2012
We just received an inspiring poem from Lori Nolasco about roses, slavery and Maplewood Rose Garden. Thank you Lori! One of the most beautiful multi-color references I have are from Maplewood Rose Garden. Lori’s poem was in the Poets Walk. It is all about the historical aspect of the garden, which is located on the last stop of the Underground Railroad. A must read under “Multi-color roses“
I’ve started the paintings for the yellow roses, 3 different roses and views. Waiting for panels to dry to continue layering. I switched to Liquin medium to speed up the drying of the oil painting, good decision but boy does it smell! The medium is what I use to thin oil paints, some are smelly and give me headaches. On to the orange section! Here is a reference to one of the yellow rose paintings in progress, I’ll post pictures soon! How about a title?