I spent four days at Bob Burridge's studio in June, and had a great time as usual. These studio workshops only have 7 artists rather than three times that, which can be the case at some of Bob's other workshops. I have been attending Bob's workshops for I think 13 years, but it might be more than that. I find him inspiring and I love to watch him paint. I was not really prepared this year to work on a particular body of work, which I should have been. I had been so busy playing with encaustic and paper clay that I had not given it much thought. Therefore, my work in the workshop was everything from non-objective abstract to abstract landscapes to figurative. I am posting a couple of them below.