April 20, 2010 This beauty is called a Fairy Spud. It’s so tiny but actually very visible in the woods right now, the dead leaves are a perfect backdrop that enables the eye to catch the color from above. A good lesson to remember for when I am painting, “it doesn’t take much”. There were some new things that popped up in the past few … Continue reading More notes from the woods.
Dan and I went for a hike up into the woods where he forages for ramps every year. I really wanted to see what else was popping up along with the ramps. Here’s what we found. I can identify a few of them but I am not quite sure if the small white one in the 6th pic is an Anemone. I really love the … Continue reading Finding Spring Treasures in the Woods
Yesterday I went to a seminar held at The Surrogate Courthouse in downtown NYC. I have never been in this particular building, I arrived like most ny’ers rushing in and having to put my heavy coat, bags and cellphone in the bins to go through security. I rushed to the elevator and went to the second floor to get to the meeting. It was a … Continue reading Secret treasures behind the revolving door.
As a person who has had to hang art in many different types of spaces with walls of different colors and materials, the worst of which was a pink marble wall and a very strange deep orange marbke floor in the lobby of a very old building in Manhattan, it is nice to see an article devoted to the subject. The blues are intriguing, the … Continue reading Great Article looking at Art on Color
We are really lucky to have The Clark, a gem of a museum, nestled up here in Williamstown, MA and not so far from my home. It’s never to crowded and I can spend time viewing some wonderful art that always inspires me no matter how many times I see them. Here are a few: Continue reading A Winter visit to The Clark
If you are going to be in the area please stop by and say hello. Saturday, October 12 thru Monday, October 14, 2019 Click the image above to find out more or here’s an article form the Post Star about the show. https://poststar.com/news/local/artists-team-up-for-th-annual-event-to-save-local/article_acdaca4c-b672-5ab3-836e-2b4d391bcd38.html Continue reading ASA Landscapes for Landsake
I am pleased that I will be featured along with 3 other artists in an exhibition at LARAC gallery starting July 5 through August 7, 2019. The reception for the artists will be held Friday, July 5 from 5 – 7 pm. I hope to see you there. Continue reading Please join me July 5, 2019 5 -7pm
These are mostly pieces that I held onto because they “Sparked Joy” ©Marie Kondo. Now I hope to spark joy in somebody else’s life. Continue reading Spark Joy Sale
I live with a very talented Chef and in our years together I have learned that cooking to him is as much of a creative process as painting is to me. Chef Dan Spitz has been feeding me glorious food for over a decade. These are some photos of what he has treated me to in 2018. Yes, you can be jealous. Continue reading Food Glorious Food