Sunday, July 31, 2005

From the past



West of Middlebury Toward Lake Champlain, acrylic/ canvas 36"x60"

An emotional attachment to the landscape of Vermont near Lake Champlain. Dairy farmland rolling toward the lake. Abruptly the Adirondacks rise beyond. Crisp, sharp, undaunted.

6 Comments:

Blogger Tom Saunders said...

Like the way the strong sweeping lines take you into the picture, Ed. Very good past!

1:48 PM

 
Blogger edt said...

Thank you, Tom. I was reading Jean's blog and hoping nothing comes of the attempt to build on those wetlands. Charles Olson, in reference to the development here in Gloucester, once queried: What's wrong with the way things are? I would hope Jean's opponents would ask that of themselves.

2:51 PM

 
Blogger thecoolestblog said...

Cool blog and cool message

3:30 PM

 
Blogger edt said...

Why thank you coolestblog.

4:39 PM

 
Blogger B.A. Goodjohn said...

This is a gorgeous painting! Glad to have got here through Kay's blog.

2:38 PM

 
Blogger edt said...

thanks b.a.

9:05 AM

 

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