Monthly Archives: November 2014

Magic river light. Just finished this one…

This is the largest piece in the show… 16″x20″ image. For those of you “on the mountain” tomorrow, stop by the Cumming/Preston house for a private venissage (preview show) from 2:00-5:00 of the Alliance Franais sow on Dec 5.. Hope … Continue reading

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See something. Paint something.

Hot off the easel. Two new pastels for the December 5 show at Alliance Française.   “Canot rouge”, 11″x14″ pastel   “Wildcat Road in October”, 11″x14″ pastel

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Live, dangerous sketches from the Chattahoochee River

Yesterday, Tanook and I had the high risk adventure of canoeing with a TV5 reporter and a very expensive video camera in the boat. Riverkeeper’s Sally Bethea joined us on the riverbank for a live interview. Stay tuned for broadcast dates. Also, … Continue reading

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Shocking live sketches…

…and a new pastel for the December show. The river sketches were drawn uber quick (5-10 min) from the banks of the Chestatee River. The martini sketch is an observation, not a judgement. “Impossible de faire un portrait sans avoir … Continue reading

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Just finished this …

Last week, the glare of the setting sun on the Chattahoochee was so intense that I hit every rock while descending Jones Bridge shoals in my boat. The crowd of local hispanic picnickers on river left were entertained. Beautiful day … Continue reading

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