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View from the Hill

View from the Hill


Yesterday was a busy day for me. I made orange marmalade, put the finishing touches on my latest painting, and started a new canvas. Below is View from the Hill, oil on canvas, 16″ x 20″.  A former art teacher used to say I painted like I was on acid.  Yeah... Sure

Happy New Year to all!

I wish everyone good health, good cheer, and better circumstances in your endeavors. I might as well wish myself the same things. A few thoughts about my art came to mind:

Where is my art going? Is it going anywhere? Does it matter? Of course, it does to any artist. Will I carry on painting? Of course, I will. I just hope that my website will help my art gain exposure and that it will eventually translate into sales so that I can paint some more!

After a long pause, painting again!

Over the past three weeks, I have worked on a 30 x 40 canvas which I started a year ago. It is progressing well, thank you very much. In addition, I put the finishing touches on a portrait which had been sitting around for a few years in my studio. Lastly, I started two more canvasses which I hope to finish before spring comes next year. I’m on a roll!

Floating Leaves – another award from Barebrush Gallery

Floating Leaves (below) which was selected Best-of-the-Rest for April 10, 2012 by Sharon Way-Howard of Salmagundi Club, was again curated as Best-of-the-Rest for June 9, 2012 by Charles Yoder, also of Salmagundi Club. To vote for your choice for the month, please click on the following link:

http://barebrush.com/NOTM/Archives/BOTR2012_06.php?calendar_nbr=2

Floating Leaves