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Not a Landscape Painter

  I’m not a landscape painter, but something about the new season hosta and the fresh wood chips pulled me to sketch a little plant life.  One of my friends had told me that she envied me my hosta. (Deer eat hers.) I have to say it really does look very healthy.

A Little Bit of Spring from Noel B. Pugh and Cheong Ah Huwang

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A Look at a Pear

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Yet Another Look at that Eggplant—More Gouache

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I Live in the Best Place in the World

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Another Look at that Eggplant—Yes Gouache

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Painting on a Prepainted Background

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Memorial Day 2012

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Observing Nature: Pat Beaubien at the MCBA Visual Journal Collective

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Metro Sketchers Visit A Native Species Garden

Above: My warm up sketch of a milkweed plant. (Pentel Pocket Brush pen in a handmade journal that's 6.5 x 6.75 inches, so the spread is 13 inches wide.) Drawing with a PPBP is always a pleasure, but I have to say that on a warm day the ink glides out in a way that […]

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