Monthly Archives: March 2015

Hot off the easel! The Greatest Generation: Part ll

This, a work in progress, is arguably the largest commission of my career. These are the first 2 of  5  large pastel portrait montages (17″x 23″) of the four Winship girls of Atlanta and their husbands, all married in late 1940s post … Continue reading

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Shocking live sketches from the Chattahoochee

Yesterday, Tanook and I continued our scouting of the Chattahoochee River for our 5o mile exploration of  the metro Chattahoochee from Buford Dam to Peachtree Creek. Much to our chagrin, after driving past rainy miles of nonstop strip malls, restaurants, gas stations, … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: Joe Cumming on Claude Sitton

“Claude was like a heat seeking missile!” -Bill Emerson   Following is a brief interview today with my father, a civil rights journalist for Newsweek when Claude Sitton was at the New York Times. After our interview, I read Hank … Continue reading

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Claude Sitton Remembered: a live interview with my father

This is a quote from my brother’s email today… “I began the news business in Raleigh, at the smaller afternoon paper, the Raleigh Times. But by the end of the summer, Claude brought me upstairs to the N&O. So I’m … Continue reading

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The Greatest Generation: first in a series

This is the start of a series of 4 big portrait commissions. (please do not share on Facebook yet because I’m meeting my good friend and and Time art director next month and I’d rather he not see my playing around with his cover) … Continue reading

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