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gila woodpecker

Like clockwork, May brings Gila Woodpeckers to the peach tree that sits next to my studio window. The red cap identifies this one as male.  Every year I watch them and wonder how difficult it would be to paint one. 73 more words

Art

More Complicated

Here is the finish of the painting I posted a few weeks ago. Thank you for looking. 10 more words

Working on small 2d of prehistoric fish fossil

Finished my xiphactinus painting sketch. Now want to plan full sized, 14 foot, earthwork.

Working on a very small 2d of a prehistoric fish fossil I want to do a full sized earthwork of.

Painting

It's Complicated

For the past few weeks, I’ve been making changes. Changes in my environment. No, I’m not moving house. I’ll leave the rooms where they are, but anything inside those rooms is in danger of being gone, or in another room entirely. 448 more words

Crabapple in Shaw's Parking Lot

Crabapple in Shaw’s Parking Lot, Attleboro Falls MA. March 2019, egg tempera with hand processed and commercial pigments on panel, 2’x3.

Painting

Sevananda Cashier with Orange

Sevananda Cashier with Orange Passing Little Five Points Post Office. March 2019, egg tempera with hand processed and commercial pigments on panel, 12″ x11, 1/2″. 84 more words

Painting

Big, Bigger

When we visited the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) we were fortunate to see an exhibition by German modernist painters. It was a delight to see the work of a particular favourite,   293 more words