I was noodling tin my sketchbook for a couple hours while Boston came out to celebrate this very fine day.
Category Archives: landscape
What’s on the easel – fog Vermont style
From a photo I took – looking north along the Connecticut River in Brattleboro. Oil paint on linen, 20×24
What’s on my easel? Work in Progress
I was so happy with the first fog painting I thought I’d try scaling up with a variation. So far? Far too vibrant!
What’s on my easel?
Work in Progress from a January photo of the Lagoon.
What’s on my easel – and a reminder
Work in Progress! Its a gorgeous crisp painting day – I have had lots of company from the usual suspects, even a juvenile eagle picking up lunch while cruising by. I’ll need one more late morning to complete (dang sun – it moves around and ruins everything! And lately there’s been fog until 9am. lol,Continue reading “What’s on my easel – and a reminder”
Lots to do, Art in the Park is Saturday!
SHE (and me) at the Paula Estes Gallery in Newburyport MA
So delighted to be a part of this exhibit. Repost from @sharedhabitatearth “The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wildnerness.”John Muir SHARED HABITAT EARTH (SHE) is opening its Newburyport, MA exhibit on April 15 (through May 28) at the Paula Estey Gallery.Special Event on Saturday, May 14 (1-4PM): Film screening of “TheContinue reading “SHE (and me) at the Paula Estes Gallery in Newburyport MA”
Trying something different at the Lake
Today was gloriously 50 degrees! a “get some fresh air while painting” kind of day. It was a quick painting session to try out painting on aluminum flashing – yes, the same stuff that’s on your roof. When the 3 coats of acrylic gesso were dry; I got out the door and into the “wild”.Continue reading “Trying something different at the Lake”