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Flurry Into Fall

I took a lot of photos this week as I was walking to and from the studio.  I wanted to give you all a sense of what the landscape in New England looks like now.  As Autumn makes its last stretch into Winter, everything starts to get barren.  There are a couple trees that are […]

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Vernon Street Open Studios and Pending Projects

What a fabulous weekend we had!  Right off the bat, I want to give a very special thank you to Barbara, Stephen, William, Gee and John.  All of you are true patrons of the arts, and without support and encouragement like yours, I would be stuck back in a cubicle somewhere. Vernon Street Open Studios […]

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November and Beyond

It’s official.  The end of the outdoor market season here in Boston was this past Sunday.  SoWa has a yearly Halloween blow-out that includes vendor and public costume contests.  Miss G and I did our best to look spooky and have as much fun as possible. Because of all the revelry and distractions, the public wasn’t really in […]

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Looking Back to Move Forward

I’ve had a lot of comments about this piece lately, and I decided to bring it to the studio today and take some proper photographs of it.  It also got me to thinking about where I am going and where I have been. The Ra Bat was done in July of 2009 when I was […]

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The Cold and Structured Work of Brian Sylvester

Are you kidding me? I received a puzzling “critique” over the past week, and while I can understand the STRUCTURED part of it, for the life of me, I can’t figure out where the COLD came from.  True, I come from an industry in which uniformity was a must, but when was 16 hectares of flora […]

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