Category Archives: Petersham

The Artist Emerges

After many months, I just looked up and realized just how late it’s gotten- while I was busy, the forest changed from a symphony of green to an arboreal fiesta of reds and yellows. People are stuffed into coats and … Continue reading

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Drawing at the Edge of History

Oh the chimney’s fallen down and the roof’s all caved in Lettin’ in the sunshine and the rain And the only friend I’ve got now is that good old dog of mine And the little old log cabin in the … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure!, archeology, Art, Artists, birds, Drawing, Family, field sketching, history, New England, Petersham, plein air | 12 Comments

A Note on the Fly

Spring arrived sometime yesterday, I think, but it’s flowering nicely and greening right up. The blackflies and mosquitoes got the memo and arrived en masse, as did a goodly number of warblers and other feathered eye candy. I got up … Continue reading

Posted in Art, bird art, birding, birds, Drawing, Environment, field sketching, Nature, New England, Petersham | 8 Comments