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20170716_221708I spent some time playing with a new paper painting last week in between art camp and regular classes.  It’s a good start.  I hope to be able to do a little more this week.  We may even have time to do something similar during art camp.  It’s Modern Art week and sometimes we have time to do an extra painting when we finish our spatter and color block art.  🙂

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20170713_180724This summer we have enjoyed meeting grandchildren who have been visiting our friends.  And we especially glad that they came to The Studio to paint.  This week I was delighted to work with Courtney.  She is our friend Linda’s granddaughter visiting from Maryland.  She chose to paint Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and she did a fantastic job.  Come visit us again soon Courtney!

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We painted a floral painting this week in the style of Matisse.  The kids got to pick their colors and they went right to work. We talked about Matisse as I get ready to go see a Matisse exhibit in Boston.  Can’t wait to see it.

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Peonies!

My favorite flower…finally blooming after a year long wait.  Oh how I wish they would bloom year round instead of just a couple of weeks a year.  Allen brings them to me almost every day at this time of the year and I take loads of photos for reference.  So, so pretty!

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May Mtn Flowers Paint Party.jpgWe had a fabulous group of painters yesterday at The Studio creating beautiful canvas’ of Mountain Flowers.  Nice work everyone.  We have more fun paintings coming up.  Check these out:  Painting Small,  Matisse-Famous Painter Night, and Sail Away to Summer.  We want to see you at The Studio creating a beautiful piece of art soon!

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Spring!

20170413_064052Working on a new spring painting.  This will be a great party idea!

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Bach Party AprWe had a WILD Bachelorette Party last night at The Studio.  They were ready to party and paint….and that they did.  Great work everyone!

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