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Planting and Harvest

The summer is winding down. Like a clock ticking off its seconds, each day has sped past until now it is September. I will soon know if the seeds planted produce enough of a harvest to carry us through the … Continue reading

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More Lilies

Robert Henri, author of The Art Spirit, required his students to look at the subject, then go to another room to do the sketching or painting. This would develop an understanding of each line and each brushstroke. In my case, … Continue reading

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Having Serious

Every May our hillsides are carpeted with sego lilies. They can be so thick it is hard to walk without stepping on them, which seems like a desecration. They are beautiful in shape as well as color. So it seemed … Continue reading

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