Horse © scott morgan 2013
It is hard to believe that Scott’s heart rate is 60 and his BP at 80/60 when one views these 3 gorgeous new paintings he completed yesterday. Horse was done on smooth Arches paper. He told me he contemplated whether or not to put a tail on and decided against. The city scape below reminds me of that popular 1960’s cartoon television show The Jetsons which is why I titled it Future Taj. The landscape below was completed this very morning. It certainly does have a feeling of the monsoons we’ve been experiencing here. The strongest heaviest monsoons in 20 years, they say.
Future Taj © scott morgan 2013
While the monsoons may be the strongest wildest ever, Scott’s personal time is definitely on the wane. I am happy to report however that he woke up hungry and I was able to help him get around one half of an egg down between a bite or two of buttered scrambled eggs and a bite or two of ‘egg in the hole’ (an egg in the center of a piece of toast). Plus some frozen watermelon juice ice cubes and a few sips of protein shake. Later today a friend will help him create a video concept he has from one of his new paintings. We’ll upload the painting and the video when it’s completed.
Monsoon © scott morgan 2013
all amazing and beautiful examples of poscottivity. Thank you for the pleasure of seeing them, my eyes are happy today!
Thanks for coining that Poscottivity word….it’s now been quoted in the media in NC!
Katy n Scott
These three painting really touched me. So pure and almost serene.
I could live with these!
Your stamina astounds and inspires me, both of you!
They will be added to the website soon so you can live with them 🙂
Katy n Scott
Excellent news…great painting. Hugs. R I Z
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Monsoon was painted on the large Arches paper you sent, too, Dan. What an art-angel you are.
Katy n Scooter
Total awe, how do you do it? Body weak, spirit strong and shining in these beautiful paintings.
It’s not easy peazy, that’s for sure.
He is painting with every ounce of strength he has.
Monsoon is magnificent
We have really been loving the Goan monsoons….so gorgeous and so different than when we arrived with the relentless heat.
Scott never ceases to amaze me with his strong and positive mind, and you too Katy. More hugs zooming over to you both. 🙂
It’s not ALL positive. But Scott wanted the blog to reflect the best of it. And I think we’ve achieved that.
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