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”
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”
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”
There’s been a lot of time spent burning fuel on Route 2 but this autumn should be more focused with Vermont at its best.
Painting from observation becomes tricky when the scene is ephemeral. With the fresh morning snow? or just the greenery of 11am? Backlit still life? Sure! Easy Peasy. We set ourselves up for challenges and then complain. This was my February.
I shifted things around and got myself a functioning studio, just a little chilly in February – time to look into diy insulation.