Perfectly Perfect

A new beginning and a wonderful new addition to my ever expanding list of

‘ARTISTS WHO INSPIRE ME’

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We have had a perfectly perfect week.

I am now starting to believe that John and I can relax and enjoy the culmination of years of work, follow our hearts and learn to truly appreciate, even participate in, this amazing world of art and photography. I know it takes belief in oneself to reach a point of acceptance that you are heading in the right direction – I have reached that point. It can now only be, “full steam ahead at a snail’s pace”. When I first heard that said, I laughed at the nonsensical juxtaposition of such a statement  but artistic endeavor cannot be rushed , just approached with the speed of the motivated.

SO !

First and foremost, a huge thank you to each and every one of you who have helped and encouraged us, in any way at all. Everyone has been amazing. The gallery has now been open for three weeks. We have had many visits from historians who politely tolerated our artistic enthusiasm over the art works and now we have had a week of art loving visitors who also made all the right noises following John’s wonderful history tours of the main GCI Station buildings. Two lovely visitors from Cardiff especially have made our week perfect and we thank you so very much. Your company is excellent and your encouragement truly appreciated.

We look forward to many more visits from all of you.

About Jane Eve Dixon

A (not so mature) Photography Student
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