It's Monday. Where's a Post?!

I'll be back
Photo: Marie Craig

SALEM, MASS.--No, I'm not turning my back on you. That's me pondering the placement of work for Cotton, a show I was invited to jury at Fountain Street Fine Arts in Framingham, Mass. I'll have more on it soon. 

My friend Tamar Zinn, whose splendidly cerebral paintings are in a solo exhibition at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in Chelsea, noted on Facebook that I've been missing in action. Don't I know it. All that writing about Miami, while fighting the flu, slowed me down. And now, the return of sciatica is grinding me down. But I'm working on a few posts with Massachusetts datelines, and as soon as I can drive back to Manhattan--that is, when I can sit comfortably long enough to make the return drive (I'm blogging standing up)--I'll make a beeline to several exhibitions I want to report on.

I'll have more in a day or two. Stay tuned.


ken said...

Hope you feel better soon!

Anonymous said...

Sciatica SUCKS.

Rest and feel better soon...
we miss you!


Joanne Holtje said...

Sorry to hear you are in pain. I know how awful that is.
On a selfish note though, I am really excited to see the show in Framingham!
Hope you are comfortable again soon.
Joanne Holtje

Tamar said...

Sorry to read about the back pain Joanne, and I hope things ease up soon. Thanks for the shout out for my exhibit at Markel.

Julian Jackson said...

Joanne, take it easy, have a little me time, and most of all feel better. We'll be here when you get back. ox J

Nancy Natale said...

I just read this, Joanne. I hope you are healing and will be back in action soon.

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