Monthly Archives: December 2008

After the storm…



The end of a long day…


Back to back storms brought two feet of snow to my studio in southern Vermont.

The wind, between 20 and 30 miles an hour most of the day, created some

very impressive snow drifts.


I have been plowing and shoveling all day long!



Posted in Studio

On Exhibit: The Permanent Collection, Crowell Gallery at Moore Free Library


If you find yourself in southern Vermont now through February 2009…please stop into the Crowell Gallery at Moore Free Library in Newfane, Vermont. 

                 The Crowell Art Collection, purchased and gifted by Mr and Mrs Crowell,                  is   is        is on exhibit every year December -February. 

You will find one of my paintings in this collection. 

Included in this collection are the works of some fantastic artists also associated with Vermont.  Below is the press release:


Newfane, Vermont

Crowell Gallery at Moore Free Library

Featured: Work by artists represented in the Crowell Art Collection — Clare Adams, Eric Aho, Barbara Comfort, Janet Fish, James Florschutz, Michaela Harlow, Mary Hermansader, Wolf Kahn, Mallory Lake, Emily Mason, Jules Olitski, Susan Osgood, John Ridgeway, Roger Sandes, Harry Saxman, Deidre Scherer, Johnny Swing and James Urbaska. Through February.

Where: Moore Free Library, 23 West St. Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 1 to 5 p.m., Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Contact: 802-365-7948.  


My favorite artwork in this collection is a GREAT piece of sculpture by the amazing

Johnny Swing

And a beautiful painting by one of my greatest inspirations, the talented

Emily Mason   


The snowy Vermont landscape is beautiful and seeing the collection is well worth the ride!

*A heartfelt thank you to the late Robert Crowell and his wife for their generosity* 



Posted in Exhibits, Inspirational artists, Uncategorized

Let it snow…



More than a foot of new snow…. and as you can see… I have electricity !



Posted in Seeing

Aerial view of the ice storm…

Here is the Vermont studio from above, just after the ice storm (2008). The studio was without electricity for over a week.


Posted in Earth from above, Seeing