21 thoughts on “Watch “Shorty Long – Function At The Junction” on YouTube

  1. I love the colors on this one, DeBorah. Every evening, I drive through an intersection that we call ‘Disfunction Junction.’ Three roads converge to make for a very bad intersection.

    1. Eek! I miss the freedom of being able to drive but not the headaches, traffic jams, accidents or road rage. I’m happy with the buses and car service. Thanks for the kind comments and feedback.

    1. Thanks. I’m so glad that you like my paintings. Your words make my heart dance. God bless you and your family! I wish that I could study painting with you. I’m retiring next month in August.
      Happy Dance time!

      1. I wish you could study with me…maybe one of these days – you never know. I was asked to give a workshop at the Quinlan Visual Arts Centre in Gainesville Ga when I was in the States recently….I had given workshops there years ago…and so as I say we never know:) Keep painting – and here’s to a wonderful retirement filled with the creative process….how exciting for you 🙂

      2. I will look forward to seeing pictures and hearing all about that. It’s always a good thing to have something to work towards. I always work best with a deadline 🙂

      3. First I must fill out the application in October for Free Art Space. That’s the only way that I can have my own Art Show. Living off a pension and part time work demands being frugal. I’m also pursuing Free Art Space in local Brooklyn coffee shops. I’m a budget minded person.

      4. Also since I don’t drive I’d have to pay someone to transport the art and help me with display. Because of chronic pain I’m not supposed to be lifting or bending. Hopefully some young healthy people will help me.

      5. Oh I am sure someone will help. I haven’t driven for 25 years and love it. I take public transportation everywhere and have designed my life so that I don’t need a car.

      6. Thanks. I will cross that bridge when I get to it. I don’t drive because of vision impairment. But whatever is meant to be will be. I don’t project into the future. I don’t get my hopes up too high about anything. I’m happy just to paint.

      7. Not only am I grateful for your art blog posts but for the Restorative powers of creating artwork in general. While I’m painting or making collages it takes my mind off my health and medical problems. Art helps me focus and fills me with joy.

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