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18 April 2018

Apple with Honeycomb on Silver Plate (+ exhibition details)


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This honeycomb was a beautiful gift from our same neighbors who gave me the eggs in my recent Still Life with Copper Bowl and Three Eggs (Homage to Chardin, 1732). #gifts #grateful Follow this link to see some of my still life paintings that were inspired by the generosity of others. If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see some of my other paintings of silver items.

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Current Exhibition Details
(in press release format)

abbey ryan: the light / the shade
Arcadia University
Harrison Gallery, University Commons 
April 16 – June 16, 2018

A gallery talk by the artist will be held on April 19, 2018 in the Harrison Gallery beginning at 4:00 PM with a reception to follow.

GLENSIDE, Pa. — Arcadia University’s Art Research Collaboration (ARC) Exhibition Program is pleased to present “abbey ryan: the light / the shade,” an exhibition of recent paintings on display from April 16 through June 16, 2018 in the Harrison Gallery on the first level of the University Commons.

For Ryan, an associate professor at Arcadia and 2003 alumna of the University recognized for her daily practice of painting, this exhibition of 14 landscapes and still lifes in oil on linen represents the culmination of a 2017 research excursion to the Greek island of Patmos. This remote destination, known for its pure light, harsh terrain, and lack of shade, served as the longtime home of the American poet Robert Lax (1915-2000), whose singular form of minimalist poetry and seemingly solitary existence inspired Ryan to start the light / the shade series in 2012.

Executed either during Ryan’s travels, or inspired by her related research, these post-card sized images depict native fish and fruit as well as island views, some reflected in or framed by windows and doors. Acute to the paradoxes of illumination and rendered in an economical but expressive hand, the paintings are presented alongside passages from Lax’s book-length poem the light / the shade (1989) set in grey type adhered to walls painted deep blue. Distinguished by their vertical format in which each line is comprised of a single syllable, these short texts parse language into its elemental components to explore contrasts regarding light and time, seeing and being. They are simultaneously abstract and descriptive, visual and verbal. The resulting connections established between these meditative paintings and poems are further supported by a network of personal and historic associations.

Ryan’s research was undertaken as Arcadia’s first recipient of the Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences awarded by Arcadia University to encourage talented and dedicated faculty members to excel in research in the humanities and social sciences and to share their scholarship with the University community. Dr. Johnston’s work on the evolution of prison architecture, specifically his study of monastic life as a model for solitary confinement, also informed Ryan’s project.

On April 19, 2018 at 4:00 PM, Ryan will give a talk in the exhibition space which will encompass the creation of the paintings in the show, her experiences on Patmos, as well as elaborating further on her views concerning the connections between Lax’s writings, Johnston’s research, and her own artistic practice. A reception will follow immediately afterwards in the Harrison Gallery.

The exhibition and the lecture are free and open to the public.

“abbey ryan: the light / the shade” was curated by Matthew Borgen and was made possible by a donation from Theresa and John Rollins. For more information about the exhibition, please contact the ARC Exhibition Program at (215) 5172629 or borgenm@arcadia.edu.

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday 12:00 to 4:00 PM.

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17 April 2018

hand-picked olive branch, patmos, greece (the light / the shade)


hand-picked olive branch, patmos, greece (the light / the shade)
oil on linen on panel, 2018, 6"x4"
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"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other."
~ Mother Teresa

Today's painting of an olive branch (which I picked) is part of my ongoing painting series, the light / the shade, inspired by American poet Robert Lax's book-length poem, the light / the shade (pendo verlag, 1989). I painted it on the island of Patmos, Greece while creating work for my Johnston Fellowship research. While hand-picked olive branch, patmos, greece (the light / the shade) is not included in my exhibition in the Harrison Gallery at Arcadia University, the exhibition includes 14 paintings and will be on view from now through June 16, 2018.

My gallery talk for the community at Arcadia (also open to the public) will be this Thursday, April 19 at 4pm in the Harrison Gallery, University Commons, with a reception to follow. I will post the gallery notes / press release and share Greece landscape and still life paintings in the exhibition in the coming days.

Generous support for my the light / the shade work from June 2016 – June 2018 is provided by the inaugural Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences at Arcadia University.*

Over the past year, I'm grateful to have had an invaluable ongoing dialogue with Paul Spaeth, Curator of the Robert Lax Archives and Library Director, Rare Books & Special Collections Librarian at St. Bonaventure University in Olean, NY (Robert Lax's hometown). I visited the Robert Lax archives last fall as part of my research, and Paul Spaeth has been instrumental in certain aspects of my research as well as the exhibition planning. I am also honored that in Spring 2019 my exhibition the light / the shade will travel to New York and be on view in the gallery at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University, Olean, NY. More details to come.

If you've followed my blog, my the light / the shade paintings are part of my daily painting work and are inspired by Robert Lax's minimalist poetry and Lax's contemplative life on Patmos, Greece (one of the oldest known penal colonies in history – a particular detail that connects to the work of Dr. Norman Johnson, for whom the fellowship is named). If you're not familiar, I first wrote about Robert Lax as the inspiration for my the light / the shade paintings here.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see more paintings from my the light / the shade series.

*The Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship was endowed by the estate of Dr. Norman Johnston to encourage talented and dedicated faculty members to excel in research and scholarship in the humanities and social sciences and to share their knowledge with the University community. The fellowship promotes the values of Professor Emeritus Norman Johnston, who understood the central role of faculty in the education process, the open exchange of ideas, and the engagement of the entire University community. Dr. Johnston joined Arcadia in 1962 and was an international expert on the history of prison architecture. He taught at the University for 30 years, retiring in 1992. Dr. Johnston passed away in October 2012 at the age of 91.

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16 April 2018

Still Life with Two Figs on Marble (the light / the shade)




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"All fear gives way: the light
Looks after you..."
~ American poet Louise Glück"The Undertaking," May 1971

This is a new fresh-off-the-easel painting from my the light / the shade series. If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see Still Life with Figs, Bleu Cheese, and Temmoku Bottle (the light, the shade) or a bunch of my paintings of figs.

the light / the shade exhibition at Arcadia
Read more about abbey ryan: the light / the shade, my exhibition in the Harrison Galery at Arcadia University that opens today. You can also see other paintings from my the light / the shade series. I'll share details about abbey ryan: the light / the shade this week.

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13 April 2018

chora reflected in farm door, noon (the light / the shade) (+ August solo show)


chora reflected in farm door, noon (the light / the shade)
Oil on linen on panel, 6x4 inches, 2017
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Chora is the capital of Patmos, a 13-square-mile Greek island off the Aegean coast of Turkey. Last June, while on Patmos for my fellowship painting research, my studio was on a working farm in Kastelli, not far from the port area of Skala.

April 16-June 16, 2018 the light / the shade exhibition at Arcadia
If you enjoy this painting, you may like to read more about abbey ryan: the light / the shade, my exhibition in the Harrison Gallery at Arcadia University that opens this Monday, April 16. You can also see other paintings from my the light / the shade series. I'll share details about abbey ryan: the light / the shade next week.

Upcoming solo exhibition
In August 2018, I'll be mounting a solo exhibition of new larger paintings at Gleason Fine Art in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. If you are nearby, I will be at the artist reception on Friday evening, August 3. A bit about Gleason Fine Art: "Established in 1985, Gleason Fine Art has become a fixture.... In addition to selling 19th through 20th century art, Gleason Fine Art offers collection consulting, art appraisals, and restoration services. From the beginning, their goal has been to offer the finest work by established painters and sculptors..."

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings about reflections.

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05 April 2018

view of agios georgios, kastelli, patmos, greece, afternoon (the light / the shade) (+ "the great all")


view of agios georgios, kastelli, patmos, greece, afternoon (the light / the shade)
oil on linen on panel, 6x4 inches, 2017
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If you're interested, here's an excerpt from a recent email I got from a collector of my work:

"I have a friend who is a painter and I have 4 of her paintings, a series named The Singers. The paintings are of an amazing opera singer performing on stage. My friend tried to paint what she saw in the opera singer's performance. She told me that the opera singer's voice and performance captured 'the great all.' Dear Abbey, your work feels that way to me—it captures the 'great all.'" 

On a related note, I often get emailed questions about selling artwork online. It's such a multi-layered and complex topic that I find it's easier to discuss in person in my workshops/seminars or mentoring program. As much as possible, I try to share with others the ways in which the internet enables artists to thrive. There are so many of avenues for artists, and the best one(s) depend on who you are. For me: in addition to juried exhibitions, museums, and galleries, since 2007 I've sold my small paintings on eBay because it's a universal and easy-to-use auction platform that allows me to share my work with collectors all over the world. As a result, my work is in more than 1300 private and public art collections on six continents. There are many other selling platforms, but eBay is what I've always used; plus, four years ago, I posted that Sotheby's initiated a partnership with eBay.

the light / the shade exhibition at Arcadia
I will share more in the coming days, but if you enjoy this painting, you may also like to read more about my upcoming the light / the shade exhibition at Arcadia University, or see other paintings from my the light / the shade series.

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03 April 2018

greek bottle, hand-picked grapes and grape leaf (the light / the shade) (+ new seminar at Academy of Realist Art, Boston)


greek bottle, hand-picked grapes and grape leaf (the light / the shade)
oil on linen on panel, 2017, 8"x10"
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It's a great honor to announce that my 3-day August 18-20 painting seminar at the Academy of Realist Art in Boston just opened for registration. Space is limited to 12. Register today to reserve your spot. I was invited to be a visiting artist at the Academy of Realist Art, Boston, which is a renowned art school that teaches traditional art techniques in drawing and painting, using a curriculum that is modeled after 19th century French old masters' academies. It is located in the historic Leather District of Boston, one block from South Station. Read more here.

If you're interested, these are some reviews of my past seminars, these photos give a glimpse into them, and this short film is about my approach to teaching.

I've posted about it this week a few times, and will share more in the coming days: if you enjoy this painting, you may also like to read more about my upcoming the light / the shade exhibition at Arcadia University, or see other paintings from my the light / the shade series.

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02 April 2018

greek olives on a ceramic plate (the light / the shade), patmos, greece (+ Fellowship exhibition at Arcadia and beyond)


greek olives on a ceramic plate (the light / the shade), patmos, greece
oil on linen on panel, 2017, 5"x6"
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Tomorrow I will be announcing a new August 2018 painting seminar I was invited to teach as a Visiting Artist at the Academy of Realist Art in Boston. Join my email list if you're interested.

Today's painting of olives on a ceramic plate is part of my ongoing painting series, the light / the shade, inspired by American poet Robert Lax's poetry. I painted it on the island of Patmos, Greece while creating work for my Johnston Fellowship research. Later this month, a solo exhibition of my work will be held in the Harrison Gallery at Arcadia University. Generous support for my the light / the shade work from June 2016 – June 2018 is provided by the inaugural Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences at Arcadia University.*

The exhibition at Arcadia will be on view from April 16 – June 16, 2018. Over the past year, I'm grateful to have had an invaluable ongoing dialogue with Paul Spaeth, Curator of the Robert Lax Archives and Library Director, Rare Books & Special Collections Librarian at St. Bonaventure University in Olean, NY (Robert Lax's hometown). I visited the Robert Lax archives last fall as part of my research, and Paul Spaeth has been instrumental in certain aspects of my research as well as the exhibition planning. I am also honored that in Spring 2019 my exhibition the light / the shade will travel to New York and be on view in the gallery at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University, Olean, NY. More details to come.

My artist talk for the community at Arcadia (also open to the public) will be Thursday, April 19, time TBD, in the Harrison Gallery. I will post more details about the exhibition concept and share Greece landscape and still life paintings in the exhibition in the coming days.

If you've followed my blog, my the light / the shade paintings are part of my daily painting work and are inspired by Robert Lax's minimalist poetry and Lax's contemplative life on Patmos, Greece (one of the oldest known penal colonies in history – a particular detail that connects to the work of Dr. Norman Johnson, for whom the fellowship is named). If you're not familiar, I first wrote about Robert Lax as the inspiration for my the light / the shade paintings here.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see more paintings from my the light / the shade series.

*The Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship was endowed by the estate of Dr. Norman Johnston to encourage talented and dedicated faculty members to excel in research and scholarship in the humanities and social sciences and to share their knowledge with the University community. The fellowship promotes the values of Professor Emeritus Norman Johnston, who understood the central role of faculty in the education process, the open exchange of ideas, and the engagement of the entire University community. Dr. Johnston joined Arcadia in 1962 and was an international expert on the history of prison architecture. He taught at the University for 30 years, retiring in 1992. Dr. Johnston passed away in October 2012 at the age of 91.

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29 March 2018

Barbounia (Red Mullet) (the light / the shade), Patmos, Greece


Barbounia (Red Mullet) (the light / the shade), Patmos, Greece
Oil on linen on panel, 6x8 inches, 2017

This painting of red mullet from a fish market on Patmos is part of my ongoing painting series, the light / the shade, inspired by American poet Robert Lax's poetry. I painted it on the island of Patmos, Greece while creating work for my Johnston Fellowship research. If you're interested, some snapshot photos from my work in Greece are here.

Next month, a solo exhibition of my the light / the shade work will be held in the Harrison Gallery at Arcadia University. Generous support for my the light / the shade work from June 2016 – June 2018 is provided by the inaugural Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences at Arcadia University.

I posted about this all yesterday, so please read more about the Arcadia exhibition here, for now.

If you've followed my blog, my the light / the shade paintings are part of my daily painting work and are inspired by Robert Lax's minimalist poetry and Lax's contemplative life on Patmos, Greece. If you're not familiar, I first wrote about Robert Lax as the inspiration for my the light / the shade paintings here.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see more paintings from my the light / the shade series.

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28 March 2018

fresh gavros (the light / the shade), patmos, greece (+ Fellowship exhibition at Arcadia and beyond)


fresh gavros (the light / the shade), patmos, greece
oil on linen on panel, 2017, 6"x7"
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This painting of fresh anchovies is part of my ongoing painting series, the light / the shade, inspired by American poet Robert Lax's poetry. I painted it on the island of Patmos, Greece while creating work for my Johnston Fellowship research. Next month, a solo exhibition of my work will be held in the Harrison Gallery at Arcadia University. Generous support for my the light / the shade work from June 2016 – June 2018 is provided by the inaugural Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences at Arcadia University.*

The exhibition at Arcadia will be on view from April 16 – June 16, 2018. Over the past year, I'm grateful to have had an invaluable ongoing dialogue with Paul Spaeth, Curator of the Robert Lax Archives and Library Director, Rare Books & Special Collections Librarian at St. Bonaventure University in Olean, NY (Robert Lax's hometown). I visited the Robert Lax archives last fall as part of my research, and Paul Spaeth has been instrumental in certain aspects of my research as well as the exhibition planning. I am also honored that in Spring 2019 my exhibition the light / the shade will travel to New York and be on view in the gallery at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University, Olean, NY. More details to come.

My artist talk for the community at Arcadia (also open to the public) will be Thursday, April 19, time TBD, in the Harrison Gallery. I will post more details about the exhibition concept and share Greece landscape and still life paintings in the exhibition in the coming days.

If you've followed my blog, my the light / the shade paintings are part of my daily painting work and are inspired by Robert Lax's minimalist poetry and Lax's contemplative life on Patmos, Greece (one of the oldest known penal colonies in history – a particular detail that connects to the work of Dr. Norman Johnson, for whom the fellowship is named). If you're not familiar, I first wrote about Robert Lax as the inspiration for my the light / the shade paintings here.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see more paintings from my the light / the shade series.

*The Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship was endowed by the estate of Dr. Norman Johnston to encourage talented and dedicated faculty members to excel in research and scholarship in the humanities and social sciences and to share their knowledge with the University community. The fellowship promotes the values of Professor Emeritus Norman Johnston, who understood the central role of faculty in the education process, the open exchange of ideas, and the engagement of the entire University community. Dr. Johnston joined Arcadia in 1962 and was an international expert on the history of prison architecture. He taught at the University for 30 years, retiring in 1992. Dr. Johnston passed away in October 2012 at the age of 91.

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27 March 2018

Magnolia No. 2 (+ two juried exhibitions)


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If you're interested, my painting Still Life of Leaves with Three Apples was accepted in the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society's "Best of America Small Paintings National Juried Exhibition" hosted by Richland Fine Arts, Nashville, TN on view from April 30th – May 26, 2018.

Also, one of my ink paintings was accepted into the national juried exhibition, "Biomimicry – Redefining Nature through Art," juried by Fine Line Creative Arts Center on view at the Kavanagh Gallery, St. Charles, Illinois, from April 2 – May 12, 2018.

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26 March 2018

Magnolia No. 1


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A huge magnolia branch came down in my neighbor's yard two nor'easters ago, but on the bright side, we've been really enjoying the gorgeous flowers indoors. This is my first time painting magnolias. Anyway, with our fourth nor'easter behind us here in Philadelphia, a Ramones song came to mind:

"Chewing out a rhythm on my bubble gum
The sun is out and I want some."
[Listen/watch the live performance of "Rockaway Beach"]

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of flowers or read about other music I've posted in the past.

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22 March 2018

Two Quinces and Handmade Cup with Snow Reflections



There's also a little bit of a self portrait in the cup reflections, too, if you look closely. Detail views are at the ebay auction.

If you're interested, take some time to look at my friend / artist Carole Loeffler's work [definitely start with this one on my street] -- it really makes you want to follow along.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of quinces.

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21 March 2018

Blue & White Porcelain Cup with Two Asian Pears


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If you're interested, here's my 2015 painting of this blue and white cup.

Related to my postings on mindful studio practice, I sometimes read renowned writer Maria Popova's work (my previous mentions here). This one is about the true value of creative work: "'One can’t write directly about the soul,' Virginia Woolf wrote in her diary. Few writers have come to write about it — and to it — more directly than the novelist, poet, and environmental activist Wendell Berry, who describes himself as 'a farmer of sorts and an artist of sorts.' In his wonderful and wonderfully titled essay collection What Are People For?, Berry addresses with great elegance our neophilic tendencies and why innovation for the sake of novelty sells short the true value of creative work." [Keep reading]

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19 March 2018

Still Life with Copper Bowl and Three Eggs (Homage to Chardin, 1732)


Still Life with Copper Bowl and Three Eggs (Homage to Chardin, 1732), oil on linen on panel, 8x10"
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These three eggs (and feather) were a gift from our neighbors who have chickens. In warm weather, their chickens often roam free and sometimes wander into our backyard. When my window is open, I can hear them scratching around for bugs all the way up on the third floor.

This painting composition is an homage to Jean Siméon Chardin and his still life from 1732, in the collection of the Detroit Institute of Arts. From the DIA website: "Chardin was already famous by 1730 when he started painting small still lifes of kitchen utensils. In this work, the artist pared down the elements to a few, simple objects. Chardin typically used the same elements in other compositions, varying slightly the position of the objects or adding or subtracting a utensil. Hailed as a visionary artist, Chardin is nonetheless rooted in the art of eighteenth-century France, and the metaphysical quality of his compositions (as seen through modern eyes) does not mean that they are timeless. They bring the viewer instead into an earthly world and into the creative process of one of the greatest French painters of all time."

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see Still Life with Copper Pot and Pears (the light, the shade), other paintings I've done of copper objects and eggs, or a bunch of my paintings of gifts that have been given to me.

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15 March 2018

Three Tangerines with Leaves



If you're interested in Uncovering the Secrets of the ‘Girl With a Pearl Earring’: "From Monday 26 February to Sunday 11 March 2018 an in-depth scientific examination of the Girl with a Pearl Earring (c. 1665) by Johannes Vermeer took place: 'The Girl in the Spotlight'." You can read more about it at that link and also here.

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14 March 2018

Rainbow Spiral Lollipop



For more fun, if you're interested: penguins take accidental selfie after finding camera in Antarctica.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a couple of my previous lollipop paintings.

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04 March 2018

Apple with Leaves (present moment)



If you're interested:
"PARIS — A little over eight years ago, French investigators were stumped after a small painting by the Impressionist master Edgar Degas was stolen from a museum in the Mediterranean port city of Marseille.

The painting, a colorful pastel from 1877 depicting singers on a theater stage, appeared to have been unscrewed from a wall, but there was no sign of a break-in. The police briefly detained a night watchman, but then released him.

Years went by. The painting, titled “The Chorus Singers” and thought to be worth nearly $1 million, was nowhere to be found.

Until now."

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Here's another something I am reading:

"If we have mindfulness and concentration, everything we see and hear in our daily life becomes a Dharma talk -- a falling leaf, a flower as it opens, a bird flying by, the sound of a bird calling. We say that it is the Dharmakaya, the Dharma body of the Buddha, which is always revealing the teaching of the Dharma.

When we feel refreshed and attentive, we can be in touch with the Dharma body and hear the Dharma being taught from moment to moment. We shall see that it's not necessary to put a tape in our cassette player and press the button in order to hear the Dharma. We can hear the Dharma at any moment."

~ Thich Nhat Hanh, Present Moment, Wonderful Moment

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see other paintings from my "present moment" series.

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20 February 2018

Still Life with Four Chocolate Hugs and Kisses, 12x9"


Still Life with Four Chocolate Hugs and Kisses
Oil on linen on panel, 9x12 inches, 2018
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If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see some of my other larger oil paintings.

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