Dogwoods and Chopin

Another new painting, they seem to be coming as fast and furious as all the seedlings, with the warm weather.

Dogwoods, oil on canvas board 10″x8″ 2009.

To go with it, the brilliant Evgeny Kissin playing Chopin’s Waltz in E Minor. Kissin has been playing Chopin since he was a child. A friend once told me that Mr. C put her to sleep, oblivious of the music’s poetic genius.

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4 Responses to Dogwoods and Chopin

  1. Ali Hossaini says:

    What a beautiful painting! It pulses with energy.

  2. Arnold says:

    Painting and Chopin. We really do have allot in common.
    I have the Emanuel Sax collection.
    Your paintings are so alive with spring color and the energy of new
    beginnings.

  3. Todd says:

    Jesus, I miss spring in PA – nice work.

  4. Victoria says:

    Todd! I’m emailing you about LC.

    Thanks to all for comments. Of course now it’s 45 out and cool again. The transplants are sitting on the kitchen floor.

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