Thursday, October 18, 2012


Last Saturday, I painted at the Pasadena Playhouse.  It was a busy morning.  Pasadena Artwalk was going on in the street.  In the Playhouse courtyard, the Friends of the Playhouse were holding a bazaar to raise funds.  I edited out all the people, and guessed at what the ground looked like.  By and large I like it, although I'm not too thrilled with the busy and confused top of the fountain.  One the nicest Friends of the Playhouse envisioned the painting as a item for their silent auction.  So I gave it to her.  I signed it and photographed it and gave it away.  In return, I can attend a performance as a guest, and get some free marketing.  Another good tip from the Friends of the Playhouse is that you can get a free tour of the Playhouse - anybody, pretty well anytime. 


  1. You done some wonderful job with the shadows and water dear Barbara! Well done!
    Warm regards.

  2. That turned out to be quite a morning of painting! Beautiful piece too!

  3. That act of giving up your art for auction made you a professional. Add it to the T-shirt resume. Seriously