Tag Archives: Vermont landscapes

A Painting Retreat

I spent six days, more or less all day, painting with friend and fellow artist Cindy Griffith. It was demanding! It’s great to have company for something like this, not only for the critique (although that helps enormously) but also … Continue reading

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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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