a fairyland of mushrooms in the front yard.
Archive for August, 2008
I’m becoming the Bonnard of my yard. These are all part of the same series that I’ve been working on since the spring.
I studied color theory, gestural figure and portrait painting with Roman, Constantin and Marc Chatov in Atlanta from 1981-1988. My early work also consisted of etchings, aquatints and woodcuts produced while I worked as a printmaker at Odyssey Studio from 1978 to 1984. In the mid to late 70’s I went door to door in Toronto, and […]
Old friends, the cabin and land in Maine I owned and links to many Atlanta musicians from back in the day.
hiked through the small Okehocking Preserve yesterday, originally a part of the 1682 William Penn land grant, that became Chester, Philadelphia and Bucks Counties. This was Native American land (well, what wasn’t) and is still beautiful, but wooded areas that are left are mostly covered with a northern version of kudzu and other vines. In need […]
new studies from our weekend storm.
Buddy is a neighbor cat who likes my yard, but he’s half feral. Before our big storm with golfball sized hail, there was this atmospheric delight, I’m doing a series of small studies; then we had the storm… My new garden plot between the apple trees. Not much to look at now […]
farmers markets are bringing in summer fruits now. The Amish have the sweetest cantaloupes and the manager of the West Chester Growers market, Paul Hauser, has the most luscious peaches. these are my own tomatoes. Cherry 100’s and a few heirlooms whose names I can’t remember. One is Arkansas Traveler. I pick them green […]