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September 7, Arboretum exhibit comes down and paintings go to their new homes.

04.14.arboretumA bitter sweet day – the 2 LOOKING @ 4 exhibit at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum had to come down. The past 2 years have been a wonderful experience, an endlessly intriguing place to explore and paint, and a wonderful group of people.

Thanks so much to the terrific staff who made it possible: Brett McNeilly is a power house, especially when it comes to hanging a show! and Maggie was so helpful at our presentation.

Another wonderful aspect of the day was sending paintings off to their new homes; to my collectors, may your paintings bring many years of joy.

Kathy and I are grateful.

Paintaholics rendezvous at the Arboretum

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Feeling a little expressive on Sunday.
Plein Air painters join us on Sunday mornings.

A visit to Bussey Brook

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Felt like spring – we’ve been short on that. painted 5/26/14

The first for this winter

A little snow, a bit of a chill and some paint. They say to best endure New England’s winters, one needs a winter sport – here’s mine. I used Gamblin’s Oil Ground on a birch panel – felt too slick for the day.

November ’13 Arnold Arboretum

This month I focused on autumn details. These are both 6×6 inches panels.

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Peter’s Hill Autumn – finished

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Autumn on Peter’s Hill

2nd day on this. It’s coming along but I need to spend some time getting the skyline right.

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What’s on the nightstand?

The Tools by Phil Stutz and Barry Michels. Tao Te Ching translated by Stephen Mitchell
July 2017
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