Saturday, October 29, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
Caught in the act...I started this study on a warm sunny morning...however it was so windy I had to go inside...then I went back out this cold grey afternoon to work on it...ended up back out in the sun this morning with no wind...sometimes I wonder what it's all about...the desire to paint yet another view of Housatonic...more love and beauty I guess...36x36" oil on canvas
Thursday, October 20, 2011
I painted this last week after I had done a bunch of watercolors of the Nasturtiums...I wanted to do an oil...it took me quite a while to figure a way to compose the painting so that it would inspire me...Sam was playing in the studio that morning and I had been studying a collage of George Braques which was filled with guitar images...so...this is what came of it...oil on canvas 36x36"
Friday, October 14, 2011
This is where they stored the freight awaiting the trains...now empty, would make a great studio? wool blankets for WWII were made here in Housatonic...among other things...now mostly art, which does not seem to need a train to move it...yet... old blue station in the distance as well as mills,one used for most popular, Country Curtains,other one mostly abandoned, patiently awaiting an architect and lots of money... the water tower holds its own...I was really trying to find an angle to paint it...so the depot did the job... oil on canvas 30x30"
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Monday, October 10, 2011
Can you see the gull? I was looking down at it...another beautiful day by the sea and the bluffs...eroding more each year...a different perspective...but always so inspiring to try and capture the bliss of just being there 22x30"watercolor and gouache
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
One evening spent down at Dories Cove on BI....just watching and painting as the sun set into the clouds...I put the sun where ever I wanted it which is why it does not seem to move....but it really did move and so did my paint brush....watercolor and gouache 20x24" 16x16" 12x16"