Talking to Trees, Oil on Canvas, 24"x24" Click here if you would like this painting to live on your wall. The last few lazy days of summer, and right now, it’s the light and the lines of the trees that compel. There are some red hair in there, but mostly the mountains are a jumble… Continue reading Talking to Trees
Please contact me if you would like this painting to live on your wall. Too much rain has brought out the fall colors far too soon. They are just starting to peek through, and it would only have been noticed on a day like today when the sun makes an all too rare appearance for… Continue reading Too Soon
Please contact me if you would like this painting to live on your wall. This past weekend Manchester/Sunderland, hosted the annual hill climb — a bottom to top tour of the Equinox mountain in Manchester, Vermont. The hitch is that all of the cars doing the climbing are classics, and none of them are equipped… Continue reading Hill Climb
Please contact me if you would like this painting to live on your wall. Too many things came up this summer, and we are missing seeing our family along the banks of Lake Michigan. I anticipated missing seeing parents and siblings, but I’m always surprised when I actually miss the violent storms that are a… Continue reading Missing Michigan
At the Point, 14" x 14", Oil on Canvas Click Here if you would like this painting to live on your wall. I tried to paint a different spot in that creek the night before, with no success. I knew instantly why it hadn’t worked. I was trying to paint everything all at once, and… Continue reading What Compels You?
This stand of white birches and poplars has become an annual painting pilgrimage for me. Late in the summer, the colors of the blowing leaves and grasses are comfort food for my soul.
Thing1 texted today that is spring break return this weekend will be the beginning of an extended stay as his schoolmoves to dance learning to respond to this virus that the world health organization now calls a pandemic. The University, like so many other organizations, is recommending “social distancing“. I often think we have too… Continue reading Get Closer
I had a mountain of paperwork waiting for me at home, so when I got the text last night that a mountain of sand at the top of our driveway was blocking the last 900 feet of my trip home, I groaned. All I wanted to do was to get my work done and go… Continue reading Waylaid
Oil on Canvas, 18” x 24” - SOLD Prints and originals (when still available), can be purchased on Etsy here.
Driving by Farms, 9 x 12, Oil on Canvas - SOLD Prints can be purchased on Etsy here.
Equinox Autumn, 4”x6”, Oil on Board, $45 The day before we left for the hospital, I took down my show at the Oldcastle Theater. I try not to count my chickens before they’re hatched at art shows, but I will admit I was surprised that only one item had sold (I am definitely getting too… Continue reading Equinox Autumn
It took me a long time to get comfortable with painting snow. Once I did, However, I couldn't stop painting winter. It's moody and scraggly, and I identify with it. It's taken me a little time to find the Moody side of summer, but the constant rain storms are making the painting easy again.