Monthly Archives: July 2009
I’ve been going out to local farms for an internship program I coordinate and am always struck by the abundance of food and produce. So this painting has some basis in the concept of fruitful fields. I also listen to … Continue reading
I’ve written about Lloyd Kahn’s blog before, and thought I’d offer a few gems from his own collection of handmade houses and spaces, across the world. Kahn is the founding editor-in-chief of Shelter Publications and former shelter editor for the … Continue reading
Garden, 9″x12″ on canvas panel. I began this during a late snowfall this winter. House in Snow, 9″x12″, oil on canvas board.
Two films that were made with war as unusual backdrops for their narratives were Joseph Losey’s 1948 ‘Boy with Green Hair’, and ten years later, an adaptation of Joyce Cary’s 1944 book, ‘The Horse’s Mouth’. I first saw ‘The Boy with Green Hair’ … Continue reading
More new work from my series on handmade canvas panels. ‘July’ – is the month for celebration, color and heat. 9″x12″. The one below is titled ‘Besamé Mucho’, oil on canvas panel 12″x12″. Literal translation: Kisses me a lot. … Continue reading