Scaling up to a 24×24 canvas. I want a bit more freedom & broad strokes that can come with this scale. I will be limited to just daytime painting to add a bit of backlight.
On the Road to Carrizozo: painted from my memories of driving in the desert at dawn in New Mexico. I’m indecisive about the frame and have ordered another frame to try – a floater frame that will be a warm rosy brown. Once framed, it will be ready to send to its new home inContinue reading “Just needs a frame: another one leaves the nest”
Come say hi!
After this very hot summer, Vermont’s woods are a cooling relief and the harvest bounty is ready to be taken home!
No photos of today’s work; I put paint on and I scraped it off. And did that all again a few more times. Yes, some days are like that. In other news, another painting, a view of the Longfellow Bridge during construction, titled No Salt, No Pepper, has found a home.
Thanks to the inspired women, Harikleia Kuliopulos of Art of the Arb and Jen Madden of Beacon Hill Art Walk, who organized these events, Edward Lehar & MK and Eve Lehar for help with the heavy lifting, my friends who dropped by with support and my new collectors who have given my paintings their foreverContinue reading “A busy weekend with talented artists, great conversations and paintings on their way to new homes.”