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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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Colored Shapes (thirty squares of pink and yellow)

I created another set of 30 small paintings. I want to make large paintings out of a lot of these. I know it would never be the same. Each painting and each size has its own magic. Each painting has … Continue reading

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Happy Art Makes More Happy (listen to donna)

Donna Rosser approached me a year or two ago for an interview. She had seen some of my art along the highways and in the woods in Fayette County. She is a photographer and writer for several publications. I met … Continue reading

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BirthDay Cake (a short film)

I was recently asked by a group of filmmakers to be part of their production. They wanted to use some of my art in their film. At first I hesitated as I had been burned before in the process. I quickly … Continue reading

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Carmen40 (streetfolk in the country)

I put art wherever I go. A lot of times I do not go too far so the streetfolk art stays near my house. Other times I get a chance to take art way out in the country. Sometimes my art … Continue reading

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FLEAS SALE (pecan tree up above)

Yesterday we were out in the country and we went to a FLEAS SALE. They had pretty good deals, although I have been itching all night long.   – kyle

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Log Men (Smiles in the woods)

  I really felt good when I painted in the woods. – kyle

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Sunday Drive

Sunday drives go down the road. One must always drive down. Unless of course you were headed up. Then that is different story. Away we go! Yesterday we drove to visit my sister and my nieces and nephew. It was a … Continue reading

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Summer Art (kids and ink and a bass)

We went and spent some time with family in North Georgia. I tried to pry the nephews  away from the iPads and zombie games long enough to make some art. We painted on big rolls of paper. We painted dogs … Continue reading

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Cherry Blossoms And A Dental Chair

I worked the last 2 weeks on a couple paintings. I spent a lot of time on them and I am really pleased with the way they turned out. I painted in the morning, noon and in the night. I … Continue reading

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