Monthly Archives: November 2008

Borrowing Tools

Last weekend I found myself in the Capital Hill area of Washington, DC. My friend and co-worker, Patrick, and his wife live in a great little 12 ft wide row house. They have been remodeling it (really a full gut) into a lovely pearl of a home. Being that he is an architect and she […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Hello, How are you spending thanksgiving this year? Steve and I are spending it with friends. I feel I have much to give thanks for this year. I am thankful for the happiness Steve brings to my life, the happiness my friends add in my daily interactions. This year I am also thankful for the […]

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Two Persimmons Still Life

Two Persimmons – 6″ x 8″ – Oil on Canvas Panel – SOLD I love it when persimmons are in season. I love the square shape of the four leaves on top of the typically rounded fruit.

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Portait Revisited

Portrait of a Girl – approx. 10” x 10” – Oil on Linen A few weeks ago I wrote about this painting and how I am trying out a more developed painting method. It entails painting over an area more than once, working wet in wet with oil paint. In fact it really relies on […]

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Jan Lievens @ NGA

Today Steve and I had an opportunity to visit the National Gallery of Art. We really wanted to see the Jan Lievens exhibit. It was really a wonderful exhibit, I took a few photos (without a flash of course).I love this etching and the following one. The facial features are so interesting and the ability […]

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