Big project nearing completion during this Covid isolation period.
Remember these slide carousels?! The slides in this carousel are
from my talk at Montserrat College of Art many years ago,
maybe in 1999…
All those piled in the boxes have since been tossed.
Some 600 images in all have been digitized by a wonderfully professional
service called Everpresent here in the Boston area.
Thank you Sally Seamans for the recommendation.
I chose the highest resolution option with descriptive labeling.
(Some of the slides had labels with descriptions typed on
a typewriter, then glued on with rubber cement. This was
pre-Sharpies and self adhesive labels. Dinosaur technology
So happy to have had this project behind me.
It had been on my to-do list far too long.
Each week Cape Ann Art Waves invites an artist-maker to talk about
their journey and ties to our beautiful Cape Ann in Massachusetts.
I was delighted to be included in this week’s edition.
Happy July 4th 🙂
Here’s the link:
having fun with some new koi
one of the biggest challenges is editing the photographs for this blog.I seem
to have to choose between accurate red-orange-yellow warmth
over blue-green cooler colors.
Difficult choice at best.
It’s worse when I shoot the paintings in the studio as in the case with this
24×24 oil on canvas
this looks nothing like the actual painting!
The actual colors are sensuous orange and vermilions and subtle
But, this is the best I can do for now. 🙁
I love seeing where my paintings land, in this case the perfect quiet foil to
vibrant color and energetic brushstrokes, as they nestle within a
private client’s dining room in suburban Massachusetts.
Each painting oil on canvas, 30×40 inches.