What a mixed bag – the crab apple branches are a WIP (work-in-progress). It is partially scraped down and I’ll see what happens next on the weekend. The threesome on the right all just got last dabs of highlights and are complete. The piece with the bridge and bright green foliage (lower left) is fromContinue reading “On the easel early April 2018”
Hello world – Gallery sitting today til 3, come say hi at the StoveFactory Gallery.
There was a lot of work accomplished yesterday including revisiting a half finished painting from many years ago. Maybe it’s finished now – maybe I’ll know tomorrow.
Great to be back to work at the studio – I added a finishing touch to complete my Longfellow tower and became ensnared by onion greens in a work in progress. As to my scenic wonder photo – I spent a couple weeks across the continent – including a visit to Fort Langley along theContinue reading “Catching up with work”
I’m currently showing recent paintings (primarily landscapes) at Canvas Fine Art at 6 Chestnut Street, Beacon Hill – the reception is Thursday, October 26, 6-8 pm. I hope to see you there.
A shady memorial at Belmont Hill School, Belmont MA. Oil on linen, 11×14 inches.
Well, the light has changed but it’s Vermont. A Bald Eagle scaring the ducks behind me, a bass grabbing a smaller silver fish to my left and me racing the sun at my easel. For the next two weeks, I’ll paint in southern Vermont. Oh, so much GREEN!!
Quick oil sketch 11×14, along the river. And oops, forgot to put the knives back in my bag.