Category Archives: travel essay

A Time At Hambidge (painting during the last grips of winter while in a mountain studio)

I was left alone on the side of a hill in a cabin called Fisher Studio. It was a cold two weeks with everything from some snow to a violent thunderstorm that split a tree into many woody spears due … Continue reading

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Return To Sapelo (winter beach inspiration)

I traveled to Sapelo Island again with The Georgia Conservancy. We camped on Cabretta Island. It was my first time there— my first time visiting the central and north ends of the island. It was an inspiring time for me. While … Continue reading

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Sapelo Santa (Ho, Ho, Ho, Sapelo)

While on Sapelo Island, Bryan from the Georgia Conservancy gave me a couple pieces of tin. He had found them in a field on the north part of the island. I started painting on one of them while I was there. … Continue reading

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Awesome Ossabaw (a Georgia Conservancy Adventure)

Ossabaw Island—what a unique place in a modern world. I was asked to go last minute by Bryan at The Georgia Conservancy. We had spoken before about me attending one of their trips to beautiful locations around the state. This … Continue reading

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