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Archive for November, 2009

Holiday sale

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

I’m offering some new limited edition prints of paintings available from now until the end of December. My professional printer uses a giclée printing process with archival inks guaranteed to be fade resistant for up to 200 years. These vibrant reproductions are printed on heavyweight Hahnemule German Etching paper. Each print is signed and numbered in an […]

Post Thanksgiving

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Buddy the cat got the raw liver from my free range turkey (courtesy township/volunteer work) and gobbled it up. He then conked out for the rest of the day on my woodpile. This caught my eye today as I browsed the blog entries- functional and attractive, I could use one just like it. Lloyd Kahn […]

Late November paintings

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

The light is inspiring this time of year. Golden afternoons and crisp evenings. Alizarin, oranges and ochres combine to make stunning contrasts. The foxes live in the border between my property and the houses beyond. I hear them calling each other in the middle of the night, usually in early spring. foxbarking1   Brandywine. Oil […]

Asparagus Bed

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

The newest painting of the asparagus bed gone to seed in my garden. The afternoon light makes the fern-like fronds of the asparagus a brilliant deep yellow. This golden light is particular to this time of year- autumn- and since we’ve had a lot of rainy days all year, it’s especially welcome. If I’m close […]

Sam Gilliam on what it means to be an artist

Friday, November 13th, 2009

Gilliam juried my work into an exhibit last spring at Philadelphia’s Woodmere Museum of Art and I love that he says success for an artist is in just ‘doing it’, more than anything else. And that change is a routine part of the job. ”Art is the best position (to have) in any country….it’s the best […]

New paintings and a salon for storytellers

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

A series of new fall paintings. October. Oil on canvas panel 8″x10″ 2009. (sold)   November. Oil on canvas panel 8″x10″ 2009.   November II. Oil on canvas panel 8″x10″ 2009. Last night I went over to a friend’s 1732 farmhouse for an evening of storytelling. I hung a few of my paintings in his […]

To conjecture and not to test is the mark of a savage

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

That’s from George Polya, who was Professor Emeritus at Stanford and a mathematician who wrote the 1968 book I’m reading on math; ‘Mathematics and Plausible Reasoning, Volume II – Patterns of Plausible Inference’. The father of problem solving. I like the way he thinks.  Interesting stuff, opposite to Aristotle’s suggestion two thousand years ago that all […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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