In the summer of 2009 I was a bit stalled in my career as a visual artist. I hadn’t painted with the wanton abandon I used to and it was starting to bother me. So I made the logical conclusion that if I was stalled I should be in a barn! SO I set up my work table in the aisle of the old tobacco barn that houses my horses on hot summer days. With a two week commitment to staying there and being busy I found breakthrough success and got my painting groove back!