Manhattan Skyline. Looking across the Sound from Greenwich Point. Rough waters after the thunderstorms last night. Acrylic on wood panel. This piece is destined for a show in Stamford opening in early September.
Just having fun. Working on the outline of a map for some Wolf and LRRH stories that I am writing. Part of a 30 minute "Paint everyday" challenge that I am doing with a group of friends. Here is an overview of The Wood where the Wolf and his friends live.
Working on a map/personal history to include scenes from childhood for a friend. Beginning with a view of Clifton and Hotwells and then moving into Jacob's Wells swimming pool where we learnt to swim. Onto our school and then moving into adulthood.
Impossible to believe that it is that time already but the annual student show is only 11 days away. It promises to be the best yet. The Artists' Opening is Sunday, November 22nd, from 2 to 4 pm, at the Garden Education Center of Greenwich. 130 Bible Street, Cos Cob, CT 06807. Wonderful artwork not to mention cards, calendars and needle felted creations, all by my amazing students. All welcome, so please stop by if you can.
A second alphabet, collage and painted paper on a black background. 30" x 22". With a little help from a Latin name or two I was able to complete the entire A to Z.
Every project teaches one something. Before I started this I had no idea that the Quoll even existed. ( An Australian mammal in case you are wondering.) X still remains a problem.... Watercolor. 30 x 22".
Having finally finished all the necessary research, Jane Austen begins to assemble an invaluable guide to the city of Bath (UK)
Preliminary research and a more finished map with relevant notes. One hopes Mrs Bennet and co will follow her good advice.
Definitely as big as whales. Whale shaped calligraphy. 14 x 11". Ink on paper
Undisturbed under the ice, the fish must be as big as whales by now.
- More fish prints. 8" x 5". On rice paper and found book pages from an old French dictionary