I revised a painting from one I did earlier this year. That’s what happens when I look at my paintings too long. I start changing them! I think this revision to my painting is clarifying. It shows a mission accomplished; the completion of my thru hike of the Appalachian Trail.
My latest work I call, My Brother’s Backpack. It is a watercolor, ink and pencil on paper, measuring 24 x 19 inches.
Walking Into Spring, acrylic, paper, and fabric patches on canvas, 30 x 40 inches, $350.00
Just added two works to my FineArtAmerica site. I’m willing to sell these originals but they have such terrific reprints on just about everything from greeting cards to beach towels. Check it out…
I had a great experience observing Dr. Craig Ruder and his red tail hawk this his Years day. Spectacular bird of prey trained to hunt. I felt like medieval nobility.
Dr. Ruder and his wife, and fellow glass painter, Angelia, Chance and S.K. Ruder, my Aunt Ellie, and I had great fun beating the bushes and trees looking for squirrels.
I joined the York Hiking Club for a walk around York to look at murals.
Our guide and fellow hiker was Marion Stephenson. Marion painted the mural near the “White Rose” Restaurant.
Even though it rained it incorporated two of my favorite activities, hiking and looking at art.