Studio Insiders Blog — New Hampshire

What's on for February? So. Many. Things.

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What's on for February? So. Many. Things.

Two new gallery shows and a workshop. All this months!

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So much for a quiet start to the year! New work, new shows, and a lot of painting.

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So much for a quiet start to the year! New work, new shows, and a lot of painting.

So much for a quiet start to the year! The easel is full. While I wasn't expecting to be in any exhibitions for the beginning of the year, now I'm in two. When it rains, it pours.

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The Studio Sale: 2020 Edition

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The Studio Sale: 2020 Edition

My Annual Studio Sale has begun. Here are all the details on discounts, freebies, buy-one-get-one-free deals and other fun. Happy shopping!

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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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Great Routes in the White Mountains: Ammonoosuc Ravine to Mount Washington and down the Jewell Trail

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Great Routes in the White Mountains: Ammonoosuc Ravine to Mount Washington and down the Jewell Trail

The hiking season is in full swing, but it was only the weekend of June 16, just days before the summer solstice, that I got out on the trails for the first time! Horrors! Fortunately I was invited on a work trip to help guide a fantastic group of hikers to Lakes of the Clouds Hut on Mount Washington in the beautiful White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire, so off I went!

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