Monthly Archives: August 2012

Orange, Blue and Cezanne

  This is one of the paintings that had been stored away in a garbage bag in my sister’s barn with many other paintings.  It’s an oil on canvas and is from my Watertown Era which means that I began … Continue reading

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August 24, ’12

A Magnificent day here in NW CT.  Sunny, warm w/out being hot, blue skies, no clouds, barely a breeze….  All on my street is peaceful.  There have been very few people out this morning on foot or in cars.  There … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Blues, Aug 20, ‘12

      This painting is from 1988-91—not sure of the date.  It depicts a portion of an ancient cemetery in my home town.  The job of heightening and lowering value has been accomplished.  This painting now has ‘bones.’  It … Continue reading

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Born to Arrange Pigment on Flat Surfaces

  I brought what paint and supplies I needed from Little Pink to my dining room, now designated as my Winter Studio.  I’ve been bringing the paintings in and hanging them on the dining room wall.  I worked there last … Continue reading

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Musings on Cave Art on a rainy Wed night

Red Cow and Chinese Pony, Cave Art, Lascaux, France I’ve been inspired by the cave art at Lascaux (France) and the dawn of Art for a very long time.  The first time I saw a reproduction of cave art paintings, … Continue reading

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Green Corn Time

I noticed on my drive into NY State last week that the corn was high and bright in all the corn fields I passed on the way.  The corn and rows of corn & fields of corn were obviously in … Continue reading

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August 12, ’12

If you can do a half-assed job of anything, you’re a one-eyed man in a kingdom of the blind. Kurt Vonnegut In my office early, looking at the sky, the garden, listening to the music of the neighborhood….  The first … Continue reading

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