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“Wind Farm” is the first image in the “Farm Suite.” This print is meant to evoke the beauty of an ordered agricultural landscape where man has enhanced nature. Not only do the hay bales and cornfields turn wilderness into three dimensional art but the wind turbines on the ridge line add kinetic sculptures that place the scene […]

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This suite is a recollected image of the White River Valley in Sharon and South Royalton, Vermont. It moves from left to right, winter through autumn. Included are domestic, farm, agricultural, and village architecture. Pastoral elements are prominent. The Valley Suite may be purchased together, or individually:

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In January, the snow is not yet deep but the cold descends with a fierceness we’ve forgotten. Then the full “Wolf Moon” wakes us with a silver glow over our frozen world.

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"Star Farm" is the third image in the "Farm Suite." I wrote a tiny two line poem to capture it: “Supper’s almost ready, chores still light the barn. Stars above the snowy fields, illuminate the farm.“

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“Horse Farm” is the second image in the “Farm Suite.” I watched a colt last year on my walks up Allen Hill, from the day he was born in Spring until snow fell. A reminder of how horse culture has revived in our rural state and how lovely the shape of each colt and mare. The […]

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This is a collaboration between myself and Spencer. I began with his watercolor of Braintree, VT, which I made into a winter night scene showing Sugarbush Ski area in the far distance.

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This print is a memory of snow-covered Mount Washington as it appears from Vermont, gleaming in the moonlight which casts shadows of the huge white pines. The tiny farm in the valley has one light on.

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A more distant view of the Champlain Valley. I was ON Snake Mountain there on the left when I did the preliminary drawing, but I decided to put it IN the picture. It’s a nice companion to “Moon Shadow“. They were once part of a quartet of woodcuts; now, they live on as Archival Pigment […]

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Here is my ode to winter in a rural landscape where storm follows storm, softening the forms of field and farm, eliminating all color save the red barns and blue silos.

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Hill Farm Winter was designed after “Hill Farm Summer”, and my goal was to make the two compatible. Years later, I realized I was subconsciously drawing Maple Grove Farm in East Barnard.

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