My aunt's stool and a landscape I've started
Well, I wish I had more to show but I have been busy doing other things --- which I also enjoy --- like traveling to see family and friends, doing genealogy research, and catching up on my food blog, Feast Everyday.
In addition, I have been helping my cousin clean out and sell our elderly aunt's condo in Pittsburgh. Very time consuming. And you can't help but think about your own mortality and the meaning of stuff (and how we are often weighed down by it.) Nonetheless, my studio has benefited by getting this cool, adjustable stool from my aunt's office. (see photo above)
I remember the writer, Andre Dubus III, saying that "just because you aren't writing [painting], it doesn't mean you aren't working." Early on in his career, he was a carpenter to pay his bills and thought about his writing all of the time he was doing carpentry. So I think (hope) all of these other activities are going to enrich my art work.