the view from the sunporch, meadow studies and a painting from Welkinweir arboretum this spring.
Archive for July, 2008
some old pics.
you know you’re old when Starbucks Java Chip keeps you up at night. Why not organic, you say? Well, I can’t find the clip from Pope of Greenwich Village; ‘Charlie, you don’t need no jacket, you ain’t got no job’, but that’s the gist of it. Eric Roberts and Mickey Rourke here, untouched by action [...]
my sister, Gina’s newest book was published this year and is now available at Amazon. Coincidentally I met Arnold in Italy during the residency, who was a radio operator in Tommy’s platoon in VN during the mid 60′s.
July 12 – Ali and Sam in Princeton, NJ. My school from kindergarten through third grade, Nassau Street School is now part of Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. Joyce Carol Oates has her creative writing class there and there’s a wonderful theater in the old hated gym. Alexander Hall – in [...]
the first cherries of the season. Transplanted the cukes today and checked out the sprawling tomatoes. Rain and sun, who could ask for anything more.
Work created from 2001 to 2004 when I lived in South Bend, IN. I worked as Design Director at WNDU-TV and painted on the weekends. My palette changed to include more whites and blues, reflecting a love of cold and snow. I exhibited at the South Bend Regional Museum of Art, Circa Arts Gallery and [...]
Works from the past four years, painting at local arboretums and on vacations to the coast of Oregon and British Columbia’s mountains and islands. During this time I worked at QVC as Manager of Broadcast Graphics. (all these jobs have paid for paint and canvas!) From 2006- 2007 I showed at Viridian Artists in NYC [...]
the second year bumper crop of strawberries. I made this tart for a party. Do not use frozen berries, but do use a food processor for the crust–it works! gardens alive/early kale and mizuna is still flourishing in 90 degree heat, although the cabbage moths have found it. The radicchio and red lettuce is coming [...]