I’ve been going through some images that I made five or more years ago. Meet You at the Corner (above) is one of them. I just realized I’ve never actually had a print made of it before—tomorrow’s the day!
The last couple of weeks here in Boston went more or less like this: Rain. Rain. Rain. Cold. Wind. More rain. More rain. Rain again. Cold. Wind. Drizzle. Rain. Drizzle.
The view seen in this artwork is from my kitchen window. It’s in Boston’s SoWa neighborhood, which for many years has been home to lots of old brick factory warehouse buildings. Recently an entire block between here and there was purchased…
Two weeks ago I showed you a dog portrait in progress. At that time I was working on the underpainting for this portrait of Molly, a very lovely Newfoundland Mastiff. Here’s how the finished portrait came out.
As an artist, it’s fun for me to find new ways of showing the city through my eyes. I have taken a lot of photographs on long walks around town, and around 2009 I began to experiment with painting them.