Monthly Archives: July 2012

Not quite, but nice

Continuing on with my new idea about the light behind the trees…. The frisket arrived a few days after my last post and it came along with my subscription to Art Forum, so I was a very happy boy. Two … Continue reading

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To boldly go where…

Over the July 4th Holiday, I took my family to the Walter’s Art Museum, and I saw a painting entitled “Clearing Up – Coast of Sicily” by Andreas Achenbach, that really made me stop in my tracks. The way the … Continue reading

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Another book for your library

Here’s another book for those of you who are big fans of Misters Greene and Greene. I have a wish list of books that I keep updated and pass on to my in-laws, so whenever holiday times or birthdays roll … Continue reading

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Big Muchachos

If you live in the mid-Atlantic States you know that we had a hellacious storm last weekend. The silver lining, at least for me, is that the storm provided wood for my craft. Yesterday was a crappy day at work … Continue reading

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Book review: Seven Days in the Art World

Some of you know that I run a business providing management┬áservices for Artist, and thus, I am a fan of art and the business of art. This is was the first book I read via a Kindle app on my … Continue reading

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Expanding on an idea

I really enjoyed making the piece called “Lost in the Woods” and it was a big hit with my readers. So I decided to expand on the idea. It all started with a small piece of maple that I received … Continue reading

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