Monthly Archives: June 2014

Irises, 12 x 10 inches

Irises Every spring I look forward to my irises blooming, and I always feel such a thrill when I am able to capture them in paint. ……………………………………………………………. Framed Painting: SOLD {12″ x 10″ – oil on linen panel} {18″ x 16″ with frame}

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Landscape Painting by Mitchell Albala

Landscape Painting by Mitchell Albala Every once and a while I am inspired to go outside and paint the landscape. By nature, I love the outdoors and being that I focus 90% of my time on still-life subjects, painting from life in natural light, I sometimes realize that on the most beautiful days, I spend […]

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In and Out of the Garden, 30 x 36 inches

In and Out of the Garden This is one of the paintings I created for my upcoming exhibition, and in a way I hope it captures the sense of abundance that comes from nurturing plants through a love of gardening. This painting is all about celebrating the time I spend in and out of my […]

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Life lately: Preparing for a Solo Exhibition

If you are wondering why I have not blogged lately it is because I am in the throes of prepping for a solo exhibition in the Historic House at Green Spring Gardens Park, which hangs June 30th. I am running terribly behind, as I want to complete some more paintings for this exhibition and with […]

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An American in London: Whistler and the Thames by Margaret F. MacDonald and Patricia de Montfort

An American in London: Whistler and the Thames Two weeks ago, I had a pleasure to visit the Sackler Museum to see an exceptional exhibition on Whistler and his work depicting the Thames River in London. The exhibition is amazing, and I could not help but come away with the exhibition catalog, because it includes […]

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