Monthly Archives: August 2010

After the Disaster

It is with mixed feelings of intense relief and exhaustion (physical and mental) that I write this post.  Those of you that frequent this blog may have noticed a falling off in the rate of posting lately.  There was.  Last … Continue reading

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Observing Light and Shadows

If you are a landscape painter, it is sometimes hard to observe the effects of light and shadow.  We have a tendency to paint what we want to see, not what we actually do see.  One way to notice the … Continue reading

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Make Art, Not War

War costs trillions of dollars, feeds the military industrial complex (they love the profit), creates destruction that must be repaired (more profit) and hardens the hearts of the victims, so that war perpetuates. It maintains standing armies and an amazing … Continue reading

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