Eve Plumb may be best known for playing Jan Brady on the dopey but strangely compelling 1970s television series “The Brady Bunch,'” but she’s a dedicated painter, too. In the OC Register, Jan, er, I mean Eve, talks to staff writer Christa Woodall about painting. “I started painting about 20 years ago, and it’s been very much an off and on process, with life interrupting and crushing rejection, because if I could have chosen two more rejection field careers, I could not imagine more than acting and painting. But painting I can do on my own time, at my own pace. It’s completely my own decision, and I have control – that’s why I’ve stayed with it through all those hard times. It’s liking something enough stay through the times when you’re wasting supplies, it seems like. It’s perseverance.” Read more.
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