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Category Archives: landscape
Two years ago I met a woman in Florida. I’ll call her S. S is 20 years my senior and I’m not so young! We became great friends when I took a drawing class she was holding on the back … Continue reading
So we went to stay in south Florida to run away from the cold. The place we stayed had a “Clothesline Art Sale.” We set up tables in front of the main house and suddenly there was art everywhere…oil … Continue reading
Tuscany Farmhouse I photographed a farmhouse last spring while driving though Radda in Tuscany, Italy. This section of the farmhouse is now housing chickens and it suggests a slightly abandoned, yet once beautiful, appeal. Lucky chickens! This weekend I … Continue reading
For months, for a variety of reasons, I have not painted. A friend encouraged me to tote a borrowed easel and a stool, and paint at one of the local beaches. I LOVED it! I felt totally comfortable painting among … Continue reading
I decided to work on Yupo paper again but this time I attempted a landscape of a small town. IMHO, I think Yupo lends itself to more free-flowing subject matter (see my last few posts). While I am less pleased … Continue reading
I plan to order more yupo paper. Can anyone speak to the difference in the 74 lb sheet of paper vs the 144 lb sheet of paper? So far, I’ve used the transparent and the bright white 20 x 26. … Continue reading