Photos courtesy of Kai Alexis Smith, Architecture and Design Librarian at MIT Libraries
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Boston from Hayden Library – wip
I’m working just between MIT’s Hayden Library and the river. This 11×14 oil paint on linen is slowly progressing, I need a few early evenings with the right amount of sunset. It’s been too cloudy or rainy but this coming weekend is looking good.
All bubble wrapped and ready for its new home
Yesterday included rain, snow and a 6:30am painting start – now that I’m warm and dry, it’s time to show the photos.
Such a feeling painting above the construction, my own private world almost to the clouds.
Good morning world! I beat the rain!
Gorgeous morning with incoming clouds
With many thanks to MIT’s Media Lab for access to their deck, I was out early before and above the crowds, enjoying the sun. I’m painting on 24×30 inches Belgian linen and still have to add the trees in the lower foreground, but it was getting cold (I opted for a shady, wind blocked spotContinue reading “Gorgeous morning with incoming clouds”
Some nights . . .
Some nights a girl just needs to belt out some tunes with Cyndi Lauper/Aretha/Gloria Gaynor and fling some paint. Worked for me and maybe the art.
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.