I have to share another photo with you. This is of the Main Street bridge in Middlebury, Vermont. Vermont has had record rain these past two months, and Otter Creek, which runs through the center of town, is hurtling over the dam like I've never seen it. (I lived in Middlebury for a few years.) I'll be teaching an oil-only workshop in Middlebury on October 1st, and I fully expect the water levels to have gone down by then.
Finally, here's a photo I took yesterday, and you can see that spring is progressing here on Campobello. The forsythia is just beautiful, and so are the dandelions. By the time my Campobello workshops begin (end of June), the sun will be out and everything will be even lovelier. Just to prove it, here's a painting I did last year - just to whet your appetite.
Glare and High Tide, 9x12, oil - $575
Now that I'm home, I've got a lot of work to do. Paintings to ship - I'm in two new galleries this year, Laughing Raven, over in Lubec, Maine, and Green Drake in Millheim, Pennsylvania - and paintings to paint for several shows. Life is busy - already! - but good.