Monthly Archives: September 2009

Puff in the pool

I went to PEI for the weekend. (That’s Prince Edward Island, for non-Canadians.) My friend Yoko has some visitors from Japan here for the week and we drove up Saturday, took the ferry across, arrived in time to see the … Continue reading

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The ups and downs of making art

As usual when I put a new painting in my living room, I see it more clearly. I have only one place in my house to hang a large painting and that’s over my piano.  And I want something there … Continue reading

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A few more from the ranch

I started using multiple panels about thirteen years ago when I downsized my vehicle.  I needed a way to paint larger without sacrificing transport. Necessity here was a blessing. I find I can experiment more with the imagery, how it … Continue reading

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From whence it comes and there I go

I went to the Art College today to deliver the photo-collage I am going to use as the beginning point for my next series of paintings. An instructor there is going to silk-screen the image onto primed canvas. I’ll cut … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, back at the ranch

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Pix of and by and for

The first two photos here were taken by Evelyne. She has a Canon 50D digital SLR. What a beautiful camera! So, with her permission, the first photo, of the wedding, was taken by her. It was an informal party with … Continue reading

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As time goes by and the weather stays clear

In the past few days I’ve written several blog posts in my head but none have been translated into print. For the long weekend I was busy with house guests. It was a wonderful few days. Evelyne Brader from Halde … Continue reading

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