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More WorkShop-Talk

This blog is about what to expect at the workshops. First of all, please bring your own painting gear, including a pad of canvas paper, Or 6-10 extra canvas boards or used canvases. The point will be to practice so … Continue reading

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Schedule for workshops

I will be teaching a series of 5 Weekend Workshops this Spring: April 27/28:    Shapes into Forms: Learning to see shapes (2D) and develop them into forms (3D), blending and shading May 4/5:           Composition … Continue reading

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Spring Workshops

My horoscope told me yesterday that I should be more communicative, that to attract more people to my business I need to broadcast more. Since I and my accountant want me to teach more and sell more, I may as … Continue reading

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The value of sketching

{*I found this beginning of a post in my draft folder and decided to work with it. However, in full disclosure I’m not sure I’m the author, except for the caption with “drawing 2015.” And I don’t know who the … Continue reading

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Loving “Loving Vincent”

  On Friday night we had friends over to watch the Oscar nominated animation  “Loving Vincent”. I recommend it. A true labor of love, over 100 artists worked for several years to create an  absolutely amazing film. Before I saw the … Continue reading

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TC Cannon at the PEM

  This past weekend Rosemary and I went to the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) to see the TC Cannon and the Georgia O’Keefe exhibits. I loved it and am really glad I saw it. I knew that Cannon was a … Continue reading

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Open Studios 2017

Waltham Mill Artists Open Studios is November 4th & 5th this year, and for this year I will have an assistant, the young and beautiful Iryna Khomenko in my place. Yes, I will be gone but the studio will be … Continue reading

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