“Start today like a newborn chick, you’ve just arrived in the coop, life is one big adventure, just ahead. Hi, Momma!”
What you see in this foreboding photo…was not actually the way the day was experienced!
In a trying time for everyone…Spring is…here!
“And the teacher said, “I hung it in my class room, the kids love it, thank you.”
“Pell Bridge in Winter“ “Pell Bridge in Winter” …happened one winter day when I realized that the Ocean State, Rhode Island, is characterized by a number of iconographic images, one of which is the distinctive Pell Bridge…so I painted this little study in acrylic on masonite, a winter version of it. The original study isContinue reading “Blog 5 February 21, 2020”
Winter Wall Decor “Cell Phone Life #2“ “Cell-Phone Life #2” Here as the long Winter Drearies arrive, I’m posting a break from “Winter Art” ideas– here is presented one of a series of small, painted studies I did a few years back, a series in acrylic paint I call, “Cell Phone Life.” Each is aContinue reading “Blog 4 February 14, 2020”
Winter Wall Decor “Orange Marker in Snow “ Long ago we lived in Quebec Province, Canada. That first winter, almost 200 inches of snow fell, a record for the century. As art, as a visual feast, it was up here that snow really sank in on me as…well, fascinating, unto itself. We spent serious timeContinue reading “Blog 2 January 31, 2020”
Winter Wall Decor: Snowy Lane 1 WELCOME. Consider an otherwise ordinary snow storm. Where I live, snow storms are often…not that big a deal. We live near the Atlantic, our weather is moderated. But in a bad storm, power lines may go down, electricity off. We dread this. Have you ever lived without power? NoContinue reading “Blog 1 January 24, 2020”