It was March and the sun glare was absolutely blinding as I
slid barn door back. To me this was more about a moment
in time than about having a 'center of interest.' There is a
quiet beauty to the brilliant sunlight and the promise it held
for the season about to unfold. (01/21/15)
The painting Kedron Spring of springtime in the Kedron Valley
just sold at the 'Mud Show,' the annual spring art show at the
The Latest #1
Art In The Round Barn is now over and the one painting that got
the most comments of the five I had in the show was
Memories of Arthur Wood
Memories of Arthur Wood
For the story on this painting go to
Viewer comment: "I love the lighting and contrast, the limited
use of color, the extreme attention to detail, the story that
Viewer comment about all five of the works: "Captures the
soul and essence of Vermont. Would love to add all of them
to my collection!"
The Latest #2
The second painting that got the most comments was
Through the Witching Glass below:
Through the Witching Glass
The story on this painting is on the
page of Kedron Valley Work.
Viewers comment: "Amazing detail. so real, you could reach
out and touch it!"
Viewers comment: "I like the thoughtfulness of the artists
comments and the pieces."
Last Year's Round Barn Comments:
By 'Viewers Choice' I was voted
Favorite artist in Acrylics
Art in the Round Barn Show last year.
Viewer's Choice Ballot Comments below
Best Viewers Choice Ballot Comment: (my favorite anyway)
Art work title - "All of them!"
"Gorgeous - lovely light and details. Thank you!"
"Amazing story about the painting*" "A wonderful detail to capture!"
"Realism!" "The spiders web appears three dimensional. Wonderfully
simplistic detail!" "Really imparts the feeling - Great!" "Beautiful"
"Lovely rendition of an old barn" "Beautiful painting, Love the history!"
"Caught my attention"
seen on The Second Vermont Page
Harry and Wanda
16 x 23
Acrylic on Panel
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Journey to Chadds Ford!
(Two summers ago)
My wife and I were in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania this summer.
We were driving down Route 1 and I saw road and remembered!
We drove up on Ring Road and found the Kuener's.
Today we spent the day doing the Brandywine Museum
bottom to top. Tremendous! At 10:00 am we went on the
tour of Andrew Wyeth's studio. All of this was perhaps
the best spent time and money an artist could invest.
I was doing photography back at the Kuerner farm and
all of a sudden a truck drove up and a man who got out
asked me what I was doing there. Come to find out it
was Karl J. Kuerner, the grandson of Karl Kuerner of
Wyeth fame. When he found out that I was an artist he
invited me up to his house. We spent two hours talking
about art and sharing our ideas on painting. Fantastic!
Chadd's Ford, PA
now represented by
The Hunter Gallery of Fine Art
Next to the Old Tavern Inn
(now closed for the season)
12 x 16
Acrylic on Panel
My new studio info on Whats New Page!
From our trip last year to the
for an Andrew Wyeth Show!
Last fall, Sharon and I drove to Rockland, Maine for the end of
a special Wyeth show. This show had some rarely seen Wyeth
work on exhibit including a very large watercolor that was the
study for his very last painting and an incredible watercolor
study of Far from Needham. A great show! We also drove
out to the Olson house and walked down to the master's
gravesite. He was buried in the middle of a snow storm
in January of 2009.
At Rest above the Tidewater
A few new pictures are up on my tribute page:
Three New Book Acquisitions
Andrew Wyeth - Autobiography (finished)
Egg Tempera Painting by Coo Schadler (still reading)
Andrew Wyeth A Secret Life by Richard Meryman
(re-reading now for the fifth time)
Andrew Wyeth - Looking Beyond
I bought at the Brandywine Museum
Vertigo - I just bought it this fall at the Shelburne Museum. It is the
catalog from the fantastic Wyeth art show we attended there.
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(Home of the Wyeth collection.)
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