Monthly Archives: September 2012

Tropical climate: tropical colours
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I recently spent a week in Sarasota, Florida, visiting with an old friend. We went kayaking, walking, and visited the Ringling Brothers Museum, among other things. The sunshine and gentle, humid breeze warmed my bones, just as the cooler temps … Continue reading


Change of season: feeling it in my art!
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My colour palette is changing, as are the seasons. I am suddenly quite taken with the rich golden ochres and brilliant reds that are suddenly appearing around me. The transition from summer to fall is happening faster than I’d like … Continue reading


Between Here and There
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“Describe your head space, when you work in your studio”. I’ve heard this question so many times… Words do not describe the place I go to where time has no meaning, and sounds drift in and out like the tide. … Continue reading


A slice of life: my art experiment
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In contrast to some of my more crude work, I’ve been enjoying experimenting and playing with organic, smoothe shapes. Part of the fun comes from playing with transparencies, as well: thick globs, one over the other, show the secret of … Continue reading


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