Thursday, December 15, 2011

York Beach Drawings, 2011

Both are 90" x 55" and were made this fall.

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Here are some images of drawings I made this summer at my studio in Somerville.

Both are 90" x 55" and represent a collective landscape with imagery pulled from Phil's Hill, The Oxbow, Amherst, MA, and Wakefield, MA.

Finally I've got some images of the work I made in the spring.

These drawings are all 30" x 22" watercolor paper. They represent a collective landscape, with imagery pulled from Phil's Hill, The Oxbow, Amherst, MA, and Wakefield, MA.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

One month to go

Then I am off to Grand Canyon and Zion National Parks!
My kickstarter project has been fully funded! Thank you so much to all who pledged and/or helped spread the word. So far I have purchased a fine pair of hiking boots (I tried on so many pairs that I got blisters on my fingers!), and ordered all of my paints, brushes, and a light weight easel!
I have also made an appointment to get photos taken of my recent work, I'll post pics soon!

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Is it January yet?

Looking at these Georgia O'Keeffe drawings makes me very eager to go out west!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Amherst to Wakefield opening

Thank you to all who made it out to my first show in Chicago! It was a great night!
A very special thank you to Scott, Emily, Rick, Natalie, and Katie for all of your help organizing and installing the show!

Monday, October 10, 2011

Here are some detail shots of my most recent York Beach drawing

Gouache and dry media on paper.
Finished drawing will be 90" x 55".
Should be done soon.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Sample line drawings

Echo Lake 10" x 10"

The Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge 17" x 11"

Phil's Hill 10" x 6.5"

York Beach 8" x 8"

Phil's Hill 17" x 11"

York Beach 10.5" x 8.5" (from album)

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Amherst to Wakefield

Great news! In October I will be showing at SM&KK in Chicago. The show is tentatively titled Amherst to Wakefield and will open Oct 14th.
Lately, I've been naming my work after the place where I made it - kind of super traditional - kind of a nod to the facebook check-in /self important digital trends (like this blog). It also speaks to the local movement in that I am, to some extent, ignoring the worldly, and just focusing on what I see and experience. I am lingering in the myopic to find its shifting complexity.