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Born on the Bayou

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Born on the Bayou

Okay. The title of this post is not true. But here is a picture of an alligator I made in the second grade. When I was a kid we played with die-cast metal toys, traded Garbage Pail Kid cards, walked and rode our bikes to the other side of town (and sometime beyond) completely unattended, and knocked the wind out of ourselves doing penny drops on the jungle gym. Also, I was an artist.

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The latest large scale oil on canvas painting from my studio. Watch me paint!

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The latest large scale oil on canvas painting from my studio. Watch me paint!

Here's what I've been up to in the studio for the last few months! Watch an amazing cloudscape come together in this timelapse of my oil on canvas painting "Osgood Trail, Mount Madison, N.H." painted between February and April 2017. This is over twenty hours of painting time condensed into about a minute and half!    

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What's Happening? A Springtime Art Studio Update

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What's Happening? A Springtime Art Studio Update

Welcome to Spring (sort of!) We’ve had some crazy weather over the last week here in Boston. There were several balmy days in the upper 60s, melting virtually all the snow we got earlier in February. But temps dropped over the weekend and Saturday night saw furious rain and wind lashing at our windows in the dark. It pounded loudly against the sides of our greenhouse, which had reach 92 degrees inside just a day before. Now it’s chilly again. In the studio I’ve been catching up on varnishing oil paintings long since dried and cured. It is very satisfying...

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