Books by Usha Alexander

  • A lone woman travels fearlessly into the jungle to confront the enemy. She holds the fate of an entire world in her hands.

  • When Craig Olsen returns to Idaho to say goodbye to his dying uncle, who raised him, he comes face to face with matters he can no longer evade.

  • "A suspenseful narrative weaves the stories and secrets of two generations into one seamless drama ... a worthy literary journey." —Kirkus Discoveries

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August 20, 2007

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An impressive range of subjects and styles, all beautifully executed. Thanks again, for sharing these. I look forward to the next set. Are you still actively painting?

Are you still actively painting?

Afraid not. I keep telling myself, "Some day soon." But haven't got around to it. I am a bit of a social artist - I work better in a studio surrounding with people at my elbow doing the same thing. At home by myself, things move real slow. I haven't found a convenient art studio in Houston that caters to mid-level amateurs like me. I don't need "lessons" but do well under the critical eye of other artists. Joanie offered a real free wheeling atmosphere in her studio, with little interference in style or substance. We all did what we wanted and she pointed out the glaring mistakes and suggested techniques. The studios that I know of in this area are either very professional (sales /exhibition oriented) or "paint by numbers" types offered at art and craft shops. Neither suits my purpose.

Excuses, excuses! But that is how it has always been for me.

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