Monthly Archives: October 2015

WAR ARTIST: dangerous drawing

  Interview by WALTER CUMMING  – images  The Washington Post War art. It looks like a contradiction. In fact, field artists have sketched live on the battle field since Goya’s eye witness images of  the Napoleonic war in Spain to Winslow Homer’s … Continue reading

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Thank you art patrons!

The show last Saturday was a blast. Given the light turnout (due to weather fears), it was a huge success. I sold my favorite four paintings (below). Stay tuned for new work for my next show “TATE ICONS” on Saturday … Continue reading

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Edge of the World, river left

Painting whitewater is a challenge. Painting whitewater looking downriver is the hardest. Winslow Homer or N.C. Wyeth could pull it off. I’m close. Almost finished with this large pastel (16″x23″) for the show this Saturday. The only changes to this … Continue reading

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Live sketch from Edge of the World

This is a quick study I made from a hike at the Amicalola River on Sunday. It is a study for a larger painting to be included in the show this Saturday. See info below. Hope to see you there! … Continue reading

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Live pastel. 85-year-old dam.

Just finished this pastel of historic 1929 Lake Sequoyah dam. This painting will be included in the Mountain Conservation Trust show next Saturday. Stay tuned. “White pine at the dam”, pastel on paper, 11″x14″

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You just had to be there…

I started this pastel last month and finished it today. It will be included in the October 24th fundraiser for the Mountain Conservation Trust show. Stay tuned for details. “Meadow sunflowers in September”, pastel on paper, 14″x11″ (to see what … Continue reading

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