“Life is not the way it’s supposed to be. It’s the way it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference.”
– Virginia Satir
Sneak Peek – 6″ x 12″ Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
I finished the first three paintings in the Bethville series over the weekend. It’s really cloudy outside or I’d get a better photo. This is taken on saw horses in my sign shop lobby. Maybe by Wednesday, I’ll have the full view for you.
Did you watch the Academy Awards last night? I watched about an hour of it and my favorite part was seeing Octavia Spencer win an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. She cried! It was so sweet that I was almost crying with her. I really need to watch The Help. I still haven’t seen it. Have you?
About Virginia Satir
American psychotherapist Virginia Satir played a central role in shaping family therapy. She was born in Wisconsin in 1916. While working as a teacher, she became deeply involved in the lives of her students and their parents. This led to graduate school and a career change. She took on the mission of inspiring therapists to work with families. She cofounded the Mental Health Research Institute in California, where she held the first-ever family-therapy training program. She died in 1988.