Category Archives: the NEW studio

Red coneflowers, 36-square, changed a bit more

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studio shots–through the “portholes”

When I look at my work in between studio sessions, one of my favorite ways is the morning porthole peek. When the new studio was built, connecting right up to our living space, my brilliant husband said he wanted windows … Continue reading

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a diptych transforms between early May and now (mid-August)

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where is it now–Fox Front, Dogs Behind

 

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another one begins: black streaks, wolf kahn influences maybe

This one is 30″ x 30″ on board. It’s a rough piece of wood that even with gesso is not a smooth surface. It started with gesso, then black, then elements of black-ish red, black-ish blue, then yellows, whites, blues, … Continue reading

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