Excellent grey day – none of those fast moving shadows streaking across the vista. These 2 paintings are 8 and 6 inches square and a return to my quick study “postcards from . . .” style. I also tried out a new easel, not bad but not perfect.
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After this very hot summer, Vermont’s woods are a cooling relief and the harvest bounty is ready to be taken home!
Sharing my art with Tremont St passers-by in the display window at The South End Branch of the BPL. Thanks to the Marleen, Reinhold and Duncan for the opportunity and set-up assistance.
I adore the roof at my studio with its wonderful jumble of compressed urban & working waterfront views. The air is fresh, the gulls hovering and the space is endless. There are bridges, junkyards, freighters, church spires, roof decks and Boston three deckers. Toss in the new casino, the wind turbine and a dramaticallyContinue reading “Saturday – First day painting outside in 2019”
I’m back in the Southwest! Painting, making cookies, watching Jeopardy with my mom, and generally being a nuisance. It’s been cooler and more intermittently cloudy than I expected. Sante Fe was spectacularly snow covered. Tomorrow to Las Cruces to visit with small children and meet a couple of bull dogs.
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year! I’ll blog next from New Mexico.