Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fall paintings

Newest paintings for the week. With more on the way. To purchase after a few more weeks of drying time, see my EShop here. Nocturne. Oil/canvas 27″x31″, 2011. Sycamore Street. Oil/canvas panel 12″x12″, 2011. Clematis. Acrylic/canvas panel  6″x11″, 2011.

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The Nuremberg Trials in Macon and old Hollywood history

My father, Robert Arlington Webb (1911 – 1971), was a film editor who grew up in Hollywood during its early heyday. The Webbs lived in several different areas of LA during the first ten years after they moved there in 1924 … Continue reading

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Farming in Middle Georgia

I visited my friends Malcolm and his wife Cindy at their farm in middle Georgia this weekend. I’ve known Malcolm since the early 1980s, but lost touch with him when he moved to Florida and later I moved away too. … Continue reading

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The Decatur Book Festival

I spent all weekend at the Decatur Book Festival, reputed to be the largest independent book fest in the country. In its sixth year, the festival is now attended by more than 70,000 people who get the opportunity to hear … Continue reading

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