Sunday Evening

I’ll disconnect the vanity from the water and drain and move it away from the way so I can get the two walls finished and painted tomorrow. I’ll hang the towel ring and the paper holder and reinstall the mirror. That leaves the master bath pretty well done for the contractor to come back and finish their end of it while I finish up on the closet. I figure that I can have the wills finished, painted and the ceiling in the closet painted by Wednesday. That just leaves figuring out the shelves or at least how I’m going to mount the 16″ wide shelves that I found yesterday.

The gummys won another tournament today and have another trophy to add to their collection. I have to finish their trophy shelves while I’m figuring out the closet shelves. There’s not much else to do right now given the weather and how my head feels with this sinus infection.

Art Sunday: Eva Theresa Bradshaw – Spring Bouquet

Eva Theresa Bradshaw (1871–1938) was a Canadian painter known for her floral paintings.  Bradshaw was born in 1871 in London, Ontario.

She studied art in Canada under John and James Griffiths, and with her mentor Florence Carlyle. She also studied in the United States; in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York. In New York she studied under Robert Henri.

Bradshaw exhibited regularly with the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts from 1902 through 1907. Her paintings were exhibited in the Canadian art section at the 1923 British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, England.

She was a member of the Western Art League for over three decades, serving as treasurer for many years.

Bradshaw died in 1938.