Monthly Archives: April 2015

Gloucester Harbor

Thinking about Gloucester, MA , the oldest working harbor in the United States, and the Rocky Neck Art Colony 1850-1950. Some of the most influential artists of our time painted the rugged topography, the hard-working fisherman, and the fishing or … Continue reading

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Grape Harvest

T.G.I.F.! I was inspired to paint ” Grape Harvest” after visiting a winery and picking grapes! I loved the myriad of colors and graceful light reflections on the grape leaves. Veraison is the wine term describing the transition from berry … Continue reading

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The EARS have it!

“Rabbit”, an 8″ x 10″ commission , was a surprise gift for a newly renovated kitchen. I think the ” ears” have it this time of year! Including my furry dog friends. My paintings below depict long ears-” Two Heads … Continue reading

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