Monthly Archives: May 2011

This just in. Three new pastels

Despite a hectic week (my son and I are moving…um…trying to move), I managed to produce these three pieces: 2 azaelia studies (these two work well together, even though they are differnent media). Also, the bridge in mist has a … Continue reading

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Live art, fresh off the drawing board

This rite of spring is coming to an end. Poplar blooms are popping. Azaelia’s are in full flame on the lake. Oh, and yesterday my son Alston and I almost bumped into a grandaddy male black bear a mile from … Continue reading

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5 new Appalachian spring pastels

This Appalachian Spring is high drama now. Rare wildflowers are appearing in unexpected spots. Dogwood and bloodroot blossoms have gone the way of the tornadoes last week. I just finished these 5 new pieces. Stop by the Cumming house to … Continue reading

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