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Sleepy Kitty

Tomato II, 8″x 8″, oil on canvas

Belated birthday present for my nephew…this is his cat Tomato. 🙂 Last year I painted a different version of Tomato for his sister.

The Clark Institute

I enjoyed a wonderful trip to The Clark Institute in Williamstown, MA today. The building, galleries, and grounds are as beautiful as the huge art collection inside. Definitely worth a trip.

Below are a few of my favorites. I love seeing the artworks up close and examining the brushstrokes. It’s just amazing to me what these artists have done with just a little paint.

6 Bridges Gallery

“Living Room”, 11″ x 16″

Excited that my painting “Living Room” was selected to be part of the latest juried show at 6 Bridges Gallery in Maynard, MA with other local artists. The show is called “Habitat” and will be up until February 6th!

ArtHub Nov / Dec 2020

The latest installation at the ArtHub Gallery is up! This is the first time I’ve framed my paintings, fun to see them looking a bit more polished. All the works at the ArtHub are for sale with a portion benefiting the Nashua Area Artists’ Association. Click here if interested.

Happy Diwali

From my sketchbook today…wishing you a happy Diwali and happy new year !

First Snow

Checking out the first snow of the season

Main Street

Just a few pics from a walk on Main Street…we’ve hit peak fall foliage here and it is simply gorgeous.

I also learned how to “pan” (to capture motion) with my camera today, which is really exciting. I was really hoping to capture a fancy sports car going by, but instead I just got this schoolbus. 😆

Mountain Road

A sun dappled mountain road on Mt. Greylock

Mount Greylock

Gorgeous fall colors and views taken today at Mount Greylock, tallest peak in Massachusetts

Norman Rockwell Museum

Out in the Berkshires this weekend and visited the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA yesterday, full of classic American art. He spent many years illustrating covers of the magazine the Saturday Evening Post and made over 4000(!) paintings. I love how he captured expressions on people’s faces and told an entire story in one picture.  Also the amount of detail is really incredible.