Tag Archives: landscape

Road Trip

A week or two ago, I had occasion to drive through parts of southwestern Ohio. Being from the east, I was taken by the flat open farm fields and enormous expanses of sky. I am used to seeing only small … Continue reading

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It can pay to wait

The time between when I started this picture and when I finished it was years. I have been admonished for not finishing things. This picture is “guilty as charged.” But is procrastination always such a bad thing? I didn’t finish … Continue reading

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Recent Work: Brooklyn Quickly

When things get busy as they are right now, I switch away from the oil painting that I prefer and to charcoal, pastel and pen and ink. It is easier to stop and start and there are fewer materials-related issues … Continue reading

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Recent Work: Italian Hill Village

This imaginary landscape is done in Post-Impressionistic style, something that I don’t believe is my usual thing. It was done with a thought that it would be a gift for an old friend of mine. He is a noted scientist … Continue reading

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The neighbor’s barn

After the hurricane in my area and days without power, heat and, because we have a well with an electric pump, water, we were treated to a “nor-easter,” six inches of snow and gloomy skies.  So, I decided that it … Continue reading

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Recent Work: The City, Experimental Drawing

This sort of work is not what I usually do, at least not on a very regular basis.  It is a style I am not always crazy about even though others including some galleristas seem to like it.  Just shows you … Continue reading

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Recent work: Gowanus Expressway

The full title is “Gowanus Expressway gets what it has coming.”  The Gowanus and the Cross-Bronx are to NYC highways that have been designated “chump roads” by natives.  The name is for out-of-towners who get on them because they think they are the … Continue reading

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