Scenes From Bennington, Vermont and the Number 44

This past Tuesday, I managed to mark my 44th year.  Miss G and I spent the day in the historic town of Bennington, Vermont.  We spent lots of time at the local art center, which had a great collection of Native American art and also houses the Vermont Covered Bridge Museum.  A very strange combination, indeed!

After that, we went up on the hill above the town, to see the Bennington Monument.  It looked very stark and eerie against the dark gray sky, but it was magnificent nonetheless.  

All in all, it was a great day, and I am very pleased with where I stand right now!

Back in the studio, I got a good start on one of the 24″ x 24″ canvases that I was talking about last post.  I also did most of final work on the 11″ x 14″ Gessobord panel.  All that’s left is some touch up and the end glazing.  Things are coming along!

Next Thursday, I will have much more progress completed on the 24″ x 24″s to show you, and hopefully, I will be able to report on some other developments that I am currently working on.  Until then, have a fabulous weekend!  Thank you for stopping by!

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