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Thanksgiving 2011 and Beyond

Today in the United States and Canada, it’s the holiday of Thanksgiving.  Miss G and I spent the day packing in preparation for the big move on Monday.  We are slowly chipping away at things, and by moving day, we should be all set. My next blog post will be my first one from Rutland, […]

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Slowly but Surely

Miss G and I were back in Vermont this past weekend to drop off our artwork at the Chaffee Art Center.  As you can see from the postcard, the annual All Members’ Exhibit is coming up, and we feel very fortunate to be taking part in it. The Center itself, is housed in a beautiful, […]

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The Green Mountain State (Vermont – Part 2)

A lot has happened since I spoke to you two weeks ago.  The end of the year is approaching fast, and there are some major events coming up.  Miss G and I have been very busy trying to chart  out our plans for the rest of this year. Last Saturday, I gave a speech to a […]

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Progression / Boston Scenery / In the Clouds

You may have seen my posts on my Facebook Page this week, but I spent most of the week in the studio working on a new wood panel.  I was happy with it until I put the two shades of blue in the middle.  Now it looks too busy.  I will have to stare at […]

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A Very Dirty Boy

Last week I talked briefly about being out of the studio due to some extra work that I picked up.  The above photo shows me after a very long and dirty day in the sun digging tree stumps, removing brush and pulling weeds. I have always enjoyed physical work for more than one reason.  Even […]

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A New Shirt and a Great Market Day!

The new batch of white Tee shirts are now available!  This white shirt is the same premium quality as my previous black one.  They are butter-soft and pre-shrunk, and you can check out the sizing chart on the Anvil site.  As with the black ones, I have done a very limited run of this design, […]

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Embrace the Past but Make Love to the Future

There has been a strange energy in the air lately.  Last year at this time, I was hanging out with Caio Fern, getting ready for my first solo show and trying to beat the heat. A lot has changed over the past year and a lot of progress has been made.  I wish I could […]

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Towards the Dog Days of Summer

I started the week off by boxing up and shipping the Slice panel.  It’s a piece that I am very connected to, but I was happy to know that it was going to a great home in Eugene, Oregon. The day prior, I found a discarded piece of plywood in the trash area just opposite […]

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What’s New?

It’s almost the middle of June, and half the year has slipped away already.  Here in New England, we skipped right over spring, and are now in the middle of a typical summer heat wave. There has been a lot of activity in the studio over the past week, and the next big event on […]

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Home Is Where The Heart Is

As promised, this week’s post is a tribute to all of the generous souls that have chosen to have my work in their homes. It’s not often that I get to see my canvases after they leave my hands, and I thought it would be a great idea to create an album showing their final […]

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