I suspect, should any of my canvases be submerged in water, mud and/or yuck for any period of time... well, say a few days, anyway... that they could be cleaned and restretched and be almost good as new. Of course, many homes were left for months before attempts to reclaim possessions were possible. The wood would warp, the canvas would have to be disinfected, might be weakened but could be backed, but the thickness of my paint (often with spackle stirred into the gesso) would probably be in tact unless punctured or scraped badly.
Indigo Field has long been a personal favorite, but hadn't really looked at it in awhile. I like the way the landscape ties closely with my usual abstract format... that's what I want to do more of... or perhaps I should say, that's what I want to retain in my new work.
Well, about all that w/c painting I was going to do at the lake... does latex on walls count? I'll call it my minimalist mural effort ;-) Seems like a lot of people are not happy with their choice of khaki colored mixed paint as I have several returned cans of varying shades. One was a perfect match for a bed skirt in a formerly blue room... which I swear had not been painted since my earlier effort 25 years ago! The silver-blue carpet cleaned up like new, we must have put some good stuff down there, I rather expected to be able to pull up tuffs of fiber but carpet throughout the whole basement seems to be in really good condition. Should have been able to finish that room in a day but didn't. Painting the built in shelves and floor trim will have to wait until next time.