Monthly Archives: September 2016

We Might have been Mountains

Peaceful Power, 8×10 , watercolor on canvas

 There’s a part of the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland where almost every hill or mountain is a former volcano or testament to a lava “emission”. some of the more hills that might have been mountains are beginning to grow moss. The pink and purple ground and the muted greens seem to me a perfect combination of power and peaceful promise

When to Quit


The problem with skies is knowing when to quit messing with them.  I know, I just can’t help myself, so here I sit waiting for the paper to dry so I can fix it.

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Sanity Check

  
Sitting down to listen to the presidential debacle — I mean, debate — with a stack of totes to paint for the craft fair at St James church in Arlington VT this weekend. Painting has been just what the head doctor ordered the last week or two while we work through an ongoing healthcare issue with T1, and a little doodling may be just the right antidote for tonight too.