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Archive for December, 2009

Pennsylvania winter

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

My pal Ali was here for Christmas and we had a fine country walk on monday, around the 574 acre Stroud Preserve, just south of West Chester. There are many nature preserves, parks and farms in Chester County, but this is one of the largest tracts. Find the county’s guide to open space here. This is […]

Snow sunsets and Christmas eve

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

The big storm that ravaged the northeast left a lovely two feet in the Brandywine Valley here in southeastern PA. It’s beautiful when dusk rakes across the drifts. Here’s my latest, and I’m working on another small painting of snow today. Sunset on Snow. Oil on canvas panel 9″x12″ 2009   The holidays are a […]

White out

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Here in southeastern PA, we had almost two feet of snow over the weekend. Beautiful coming down, fun to shovel with the neighbor kids helping, and forgeddabout driving. The pickup has been safely ensconced in the garage, waiting for the snow plows to do their thang.   Sunday morning;   during the storm;   Buddy, […]

Print Society… and Etsy makes the NY Times

Friday, December 18th, 2009

I discovered a new online art site that is elegantly sophisticated in its interface and look. Cleaner and more spare than most of the sites I’ve seen devoted to art or for that matter, any retail,  Sahadeva Hammari helped to design it and has also founded several others;, and Boy Girl Talk- which kind […]

Winter’s arrival

Monday, December 7th, 2009

Our first snow and one of my favorite seasons. It’s cold outside! Time for fleece, hot chocolate and indoor painting. My newest painting, inspired by the weekend’s weather. First Snow, oil on canvas panel 9″x12″ 2009. (sold)  

Autumn twilight

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

This is my latest painting and I’m not sure if it’s finished. Another day or two will tell. Dusk has been spectacular here in southeastern PA. The light changes quickly at the end of the day now, but just before it vanishes completely we get an alizarin/cadmium orange glow behind the tops of the trees. […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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