A Hanging at the US Attorney’s Office…

I was pleased to be asked to hang LARGE paintings at the US Attorney’s office in Burlington this summer.  I chose 5 large landscapes (you can see them on the acrylic web pages) and 6 small pieces – some of which I grouped together.  The hallway wall space is wonderful – especially the curved walls at the top of their internal spiral staircase.  That is the good news here.  The less good news is that it is not accessible to the public.  Only attorneys, staff,  judges, and clients are able to see the work. The paintings will hang there for 6 months – which means that I won’t be tempted to paint over these pieces during that time! Actually, I had major help in hanging these pieces: from Sara Katz (she, herself is a wonderful painter) and my husband, David. (His training for this was at his first job at the MFA,Boston – where he hung a Wyeth show — being the guy in the gray shirt with DAVE on the pocket.).

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Welcome

Welcome to my notes on painting. As I work on ideas, I may post images in process or thoughts on museums I have visited.

This web site includes (mostly) paintings created since my move to Vermont in 2000. Before then, I had a studio at the former Waltham Watch Factory in Waltham, MA for 11 years. While there, I produced ceramics, (hand-built and slip-cast), papier mache furniture, monotypes (single image prints) that may show up on this blog from time to time.

From the paintings now on line, I can replicate most in a smaller size, put an image on cups or stationery. Just ask.

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Recent Paintings

Links

BCA Center
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
New Art Center of Newton
Shelburne Museum