I really liked how this fabric looked with the glass vase...all the blues and browns and then the one dying leaf as well as the blossom just opening up....nothing better than that bright orange pollen on a pink lily....16x20" oil on canvas
I really liked the juxtaposition of this sculpture(by whom I forget?) with the lights of the windows across the street...all of the reflected light everywhere works for me...throw in a few strolling New Yorkers and voila! 30x40" oil on canvas
I was struck with how the church looked so warm and small surrounded by the taller,cooler colored buildings on this late winter afternoon...I loved the long shadows cast by the walkers in the sunlight...and all the flags and all the reflecting windows, another wonderful NYC scene... oil on canvas 3'x4'
Or, how the naked figures were buried in snow...we didn't get as much as Ct. but we got over a foot...here are my two gardens sculptures with their cone heads of snow and their lower halfs missing...the first figure (1/3 life size)I did at the National Academy in NYC 40? years ago in wet clay and my mother had it cast in bronz after I cast it in plaster...the second figure (2/3 life size)was sculpted about 10 years ago here in the Berkshires at Ann Jon's studio in wet clay and was cast in bronz back then...I love to work with wet clay and the figure....sorry not to do more of it!
I saw this view when we went out cross country skiing in the valley across from our house...this winter cornfield looks very different than in the summer...just the stubble of those huge corn stalks poking through ...I really loved the sky and how it reflected in the snow....the clouds become more important when there is no lush greenery around....the distant hills cold and dark...36x48"oil on canvas