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Jan 15, 2007 1 Comment
This past summer, I was invited to participate in 'Animal Imagery' show at the Essex Art Center. I accepted, site and fellow artists (most of 'em) unseen – and am pleased as punch that I did. Great space, great group of people, and a great opening. Plus, a writeup in The Boston Globe:

Photos from Friday's opening below.

(l to r) Cynthia Stroud, Helen Tory, Shane Crabtree, Barbara...

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Nov 30, 2006 0 Comments
This weekend, I will be opening my studio to visitors as part of the Pawtucket Artists Holiday Sale.

More than 50 artists and artisans will be in the building for the event – All for free.

Dec 1-3 (friday 5-9pm; sat/sun from 10-5)
558-560 Mineral Spring Ave #108
Pawtucket Rhode Island 02860

I'll have original works, limited edition prints and a...

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Nov 27, 2006 0 Comments
Had a chance to see some old friends at the Delaware Art Museum when we were in town for the holiday- George Inness and Howard Pyle.

Fell in love with Innes while in college and never miss a chance to see his work – esp. the later works, esp. this painting. (what's up with the lilac walls??)

Pyle's Flying Dutchman (rt side of photo) is less well known than some of his other pirate...

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Sep 20, 2006 1 Comment
Among the 'surprise hits' of my recent open studio -these lil acrylic studies, sitting on a shelf, minding their own business. Started 'em this past summer, one a day to keep the rust at bay, never really intending to show them. I'll eventually get them into the 'Studio' section of the site under their own
CATEGORY, but here's a peek for now….

Painted from life using a limited palette,...

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Sep 18, 2006 0 Comments
I try to time my second cup of coffee with NPR's The Writer's Almanac. This morning, Garrison read "Morning News in the Bighorn Mountains" by William Notter.

Ran down to the office, and with a little digging online, found "Jubilate."

His words are why I paint.

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