Monthly Archives: August, 2018

  1. August 2018 and Me

      The Stuff of Painting Making’  30″x 22″   acrylic on paper              $1850 I keep getting notices that 865 people want me to write something. I know that this number is a bit exaggerated, but for those of you who actually want me to […] Read more

  2. “Ball-Jar Brush Holders” 23″ x30″ acrylicylic on rag paper

    The search for the unique, special, or never-before-seen subject can be a long and fruitless journey.  So, sometimes I just paint the obvious that ofter time turns out be unique, specially, and beautifully honest.  These 2 ball canning jars sit on the windowsil tin my Maine workshop studio. I prepared […] Read more

  3. “Not-So- Basic-Basic” painting workshop at Bon Secours Conference Ctr.

    August 12, 2018- Just completed a another workshop at BonSecours Conference Center in Marriottsville, Maryland. I always begin my description of a just finished workshop with high praise and excitement. I imagine that some readers might question the possibility that every workshop is great. There is no exaggeration in my […] Read more