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.


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...

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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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