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Archive for August, 2009

Interview with Loren Munk

Friday, August 28th, 2009

I first met Loren, aka his reportage alias James Kalm, online. In fact I’ve only corresponded with him online. But I feel as though I know him through his video reviews of the NYC arts scene. As James Kalm, he rides a bike to the city’s openings, equipped with a handheld video camera, providing the […]

Summer eatin’ and southern history

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009

See these apples? You’d never buy them in the store- they look wormy, scarred with whatever diseases the poor Liberty tree got this year, and they’re blackened in places. They even have weird protusions that must have something to do with scab. But after cutting off these ‘fugly’ places (borrowed from director/writer Brad Mays’ ‘The […]

Garden paintings

Friday, August 21st, 2009

I worked on the smaller of these last week and am just getting around to posting it. The second painting is an older one that I’m now offering as archival limited edition (50) print at the shops I sell in online; 1000Markets and Etsy. Liatris, oil on canvas panel 12″x9″ 2009.     Dawn in […]

Southern Spaces

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Very pleased to see Tom Zarrilli’s Roadside Memorials make it into Emory University’s scholarly journal, ‘Southern Spaces’ this month. The series is called ‘Documentary Expression and the American South’. My interview with Tom here on May 23 was also posted in the links section under recommended resources.    Pepper Cross, Tom Zarrilli.   Excerpted information […]

Dog and cat days

Monday, August 17th, 2009

August is here in full blazing heat. I haven’t painted in a week and need to stretch more canvas panels. The garden, with a little weeding to give everything some air, is bountiful after all the rains of early spring into summer. I planted my tomatoes from seed and escaped the plight of most local […]

Midnight Mood

Sunday, August 9th, 2009

…inspired by a full moon and Joe Zawinul’s ‘Midnight Mood’. I seem to gravitate towards titling my work after tunes I love. Bill Evans plays this on his 1968 ‘Alone’ CD and it’s an exquisite interpretation.  I saw Zawinul play a riveting and energetic set at the Perugia Jazz Festival in 2005.  Midnight Mood, oil […]

August paintings

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

A few new paintings from the past two weeks. Ledge, oil on canvas panel 9″x12″ 2009   DriftingI, oil on panel 9″x12″ 2009   DriftingII, oil on panel 9″x12″ 2009

Pleasant Pastures, an Amish farm

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

I spent the morning and early afternoon at an Amish farm in Honeybrook, PA, which should be 25 minutes from me, but ended up being a 40 minute circular goose chase. I found the place with no help from Google or Mapquest, after first stopping to ask a gas station attendant, and finally an Amish […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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