“Witnesses,” oil on canvas panel by Melwell, 8×10
Inspired by a quintessential Gene Kloss composition, “Wind Cloud,” from 1934.
A Gene Kloss series
I have admired the work of Gene Kloss for years. I have also been a fan of the 1930s black and white graphic style of her era.
A bonded pair
You know how animal rescue shelters are often trying to adopt pairs that have become bonded together? These two paintings are
There’s a song we sing in the Swing Dusters, the Western Swing Band I am in with Robert Parsons and a wonderful group of
Permission and persistence
Earlier in the week I posted about the persistence of vision of an idea with regard to planting seeds and making paintings. Ev
Perseverance and long-range planning
When we moved into our house in Lower Ranchitos, I tried a lot of things when it came to gardening and planting. Not a whole l
The addition of a bird feeder to my usual springtime hanging of hummingbird feeders has led to invasion by a family of magpies
The Old Site of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Here’s another painting of a Northern New Mexico Church, the old site of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church prior to it bu
An exciting new direction
Every once and a while I’ll pick up an art magazine and be really impressed with a painting I might see. Most recently,