Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Fibular Fracture Lands Donna Into Fine Fix

Healing is slow. When the pain is gone I wish to post a discussion on how artists get into this kind of jam. Several stories have come my way about the dangers of plein air painting. I have some ideas that I will share, soon.......

7 comments:

Donna T said...

Ow, your poor fibula! I guess your plein air adventures may be limited to the still life for awhile. Keep healing, Donna!

Donna Van Tuyl said...

Thank you Donna. Every day gets a little better. I hope to be back painting soon.

Ida M. Glazier said...

Wow--this is awful, but it will allow you some time to think--and contemplate about things---I am so sorry for your pain, tho!! I hope the healing goes fast.

Donna Van Tuyl said...

Thank you Ida. Yes I am getting time to think and look at the works I have started and hopefully build up a big reserve of inspiration!!

B Boylan said...

Donna, my heart goes out to you with this slip of bad luck. I wondered how you'd get your work framed and in the show on time with this terrible distraction! Augh!

Hoping that you will heal quickly and out in the field soon!

Adriana Meiss said...

Hi Donna, I'm so sorry to hear about the bad news :-(
Wish you a fast recovery. Take care!

Donna Van Tuyl said...

Thank you Adriana. This is slow and the leg rules on everything. Cannot wait to get back to painting. Maybe next week..........