Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wandering and Wondering (white mountain forest)

I regularly come across these odd growths in evergreen trees during my wanderings in the woods.  They seem to be very densely packed “mini me” trees growing on the larger tree.  Can anyone tell me what they are and how … Continue reading

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Painting In Progress (draft horse art)

This is the first in a series of paintings of horses and women I’m planning, which will be called “Working Girls”.  Aside from being a long time horse lover and rider myself, I’ve always been fascinated by how horses and … Continue reading

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Painting In Progress (elephants)

 This is one of a few small paintings I’m finishing in my studio this week.  This painting will be in my exhibit at the Bryan Memorial Gallery coming up next month.  These elephants were two I observed during a visit … Continue reading

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Field Work For Wildlife Painting

A big part of my creative process involves being out in the woods, observing wildlife in action and getting a “hands on”, or in my case, an “eyes on” approach to seeing things in it’s natural environment.  Occasionally this means … Continue reading

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Bobcat Painting In Progress (wildlife art)

I’m currently working on a painting of a bobcat in a winter scene.  I’m lucky enough to live in a part of the White Mountains where I get a chance to see these elusive and beautiful creatures.   I can’t say … Continue reading

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