Tag Archives: Vermont landscapes

Painting Conversations

This is a dual-meaning title! I’m referring to my latest painting, “Sky and Lake Conversation,” as well as the process of painting it. Here’s what I mean….. My painting started with this reference photo. Lovely, isn’t it? I have been drawn … Continue reading

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Finishing a Painting

Here is my latest, titled “February Dawn.” I won’t say “…and greatest,” although my favorite painting is often whatever I have finished most recently. The photo, as always, doesn’t do it justice, but I love the slant of the light … Continue reading

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Art and Paychology

Art and psychology – they seem pretty different, don’t they? One is mostly images, the other mostly words. One is Official Health Care, reimbursed by insurance; the other is, well, reimbursed only when a painting sells. But I have been … Continue reading

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My Great Leap Forward, part 2

Another catch-up post, this one originally dated 5/15/14. In my prior post I started describing my intentional evolution in art. I am old enough — and perhaps you are as well? — to know that if you want something, you … Continue reading

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