Sunday, April 13, 2014

Driftin' Back: Heading East

"The Three Graces" 16x12, pastel

It's hard to believe, but it's that time of year again.  In a couple of days, we'll be driftin' back east.  I say "driftin'" because we'll be taking a very leisurely pace.  First stop will be Kanab, Utah, for a couple of days to explore, followed by a week near Zion National Park to paint, and then we'll be on to workshops in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.  Normally, we'd head right home from there, but I've agreed (and gladly!) to spend several days in Cincinnati filming a series of three instructional videos with ArtistsNetwork.tv.  Only then will we speed home to Campobello Island, with a quick stop in York, Maine, to visit an old friend.

(By the way, we still have some room in those workshops.  For details, see my workshops page.)

I'll post from the road and the workshops when possible.  In the meantime, I leave you with a few recent paintings plus a little music video from Neil Young's new album, Psychedelic Pill.  The song's called, appropriately enough, "Driftin' Back."

"Clouds over the Mesa" 9x12 oil
"Secret Sycamore" 12x9 oil
"Evening in the Desert" 9x12 oil
Neil Young, "Driftin' Back" from Psychedelic Pill



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