“I’ve painted outdoors, from life, for a long time and now it’s very hard to paint in the studio,” she said.
Above all, painting from nature has helped her to pause during her day-to-day tasks and take in what’s already around her.
“I think the biggest thing it has taught me is patience and appreciation for the special fleeting moments in a day,” she said. “Life is too precious to let them pass by.”
Laura Jajko is President of American Frame and a longtime contributor to "A Good Frame of Mind." Here, she delights in bonding with others over her love of art and framing. With more than 40 years of practical experience, she brings a unique perspective in a straightforward style that she hopes will spark lots of interesting and relevant dialogue in our online community. Connect with Laura directly here on the blog or follow her on Twitter @LauraJajko.