A retrospect from way back

To say the last month or so has been hectic would be an understatement. My daughter has gotten motivated to clean up the second floor and I’m her assistant. Yesterday we demolished an old couch down to the bone. Oddly satisfying.

Most of this stuff isn’t dated but I’d say around 1968 on most.

1967. Maybe a linoleum print?

So as I have nothing new to post (no art space, stuff stuck in boxes) I thought I’d post some real old stuff.

We watched the Marie Kondo show on decluttering. Very inspiring! The amount of stuff here (books, records, paintings) not to mention clothing which Marie says to take out and pile on the bed. Whatever doesn’t spark joy, you thank and say goodbye to.

It’s different with your own stuff. I guess that’s why I have so much of it.

Best wishes for 2019. I promise to do at least some drawing and hope to be situated with a spot to paint in soon.

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9 responses to “A retrospect from way back”

  1. memadtwo says :

    These are very inspiring Nina. (K)

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  2. Claudia McGill says :

    I love this look into the past. I wonder if it got you thinking of some new projects, these old ones? Whenever I see older things I’ve done, sometimes I get a new idea to continue them on.

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  3. onecreativefamily says :

    Your art is always nice to see. Good luck with the decluttering. When you are finished you can come to my house.

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  4. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    Fun to see this art!

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  5. Jodi says :

    Wow! Your talent! Even early on! LOVE!

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  6. davisbrotherlylove says :

    I love this art you shared, Nina!
    j

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  7. Jane Dougherty says :

    The second one, the waves of water or sand (or clouds?) is the one I like best. You shouldn’t throw them away unless you hate them.

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  8. Sharon Mann says :

    Lovely art, I read Marie’s book and I have decluttered. A very freeing felling.

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  9. Evelyn says :

    Your “old stuff” if wonderful – good art never dates… !

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