Category Archives: Painting

Nature’s Fury

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On January 4, 2018, a harsh dose of winter fell over New England. People prepared as storm predictions of significant snow and bitter cold were broadcast. Most shopped for food, but the warning also saw gas lines and shortages. Absolute … Continue reading

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Islands, and more

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This magnificent pudding stone on Middle Head at Peddock’s Island has been around for a very long time. It was known by us cottage dwellers as The Big Rock. I recall gathering lunch and heading to Big Rock with my … Continue reading

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Art News

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It’s been an eventful Autumn. Everything just seemed to fall into place. My art classes and workshops are going well and my own personal work is moving forward. I’m also finding a little energy to include my passion for cycling. … Continue reading

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Studio Days

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I revisited a stone sculpture earlier this month that I’d been working on last summer. It was placed in storage over winter when the time came to close shop in my outdoor studio. I’ve had difficulty tolerating cold temps, especially … Continue reading

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Bearskin Neck

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  Rockport is a quaint old fishing town located just east of Gloucester, Massachusetts. It’s a special place that has been dear to my heart since childhood. Visiting before tourist season means walking freely up and down the streets of … Continue reading

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