Tag Archives: studio Work

Visual puns

Something of interest to me ever since I saw some of the Disney features like Dumbo and Song of the South are visual puns. One was “Did you ever hear a diamond ring?” You may without knowing came across others. … Continue reading

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First touch of Winter

The long drought has ended. Rain, day of rain have soaked the soil leaving us with a shortage of around nine inches more to make up for Gaia’s stinginess. What can one expect when there are hordes of misfits torturing … Continue reading

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Memorial Day and Memories

Photo was taken on Rte 22A just south of Vergennes in June 2007. Some of you may be old enough to remember as kids, buying a roll or two of red, white and blue crepe paper with which we decorated … Continue reading

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Peach Blossom

March is the month of pink clouds on the peach trees here in South Carolina. I sat on the deck sketching many things but I kept coming back to the peach tree. A fast pencil drawing at the tree then … Continue reading

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Still life on Table

Seldom do I work in this fashion because it takes an inordinate amount of time to produce a finished produce of this size. This is on paper , 10X8 and consists of pens of several different sizes. There is some … Continue reading

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Saving your dumb butt from death

So you forgot again. You must like sleeping on the couch. Well here is one last chance to save your ass from eating cold dog food for a week. All the hard work has been done. A couple of simple … Continue reading

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Rebirth of a woodland

In a woodlot nothing goes to waste. A fallen tree, last years leaves, dead fauna and other detritus from past storms all slowly rot, turn into humus and become rooting material for new growth. The decay provides nutrients for next … Continue reading

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Just a little something

Because this is a Leap Year, Spring arrives on 4/20, ½ hour into the day. Since I have way too much time on my hands, and feet, I took off my shoes and started counting back from that magical date, … Continue reading

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Manah manah in the snow

He’s a senior cat now; we found him as a kitten under our shed in August 2010. Manah manah is a real southern boy who has seen only one snow that was about 4″ deep. This one reached about 7″ … Continue reading

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Sketch book notes

When I think back upon places I’ve been at times, I suddenly remember something about a day or time that stuck with me. Usually these sketches become notes for oil paintings or water colors when I have the time. (a … Continue reading

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