Monthly Archives: September 2020

Wandering in Woodacre – 1 October 2020

Greeting October Below – Maurice Sapiro: “October” Art for October – Elizabeth C Grace: “October Snow on Blue Mountain” A Poem for October “October” by Robert Frost O hushed October morning mild, Thy leaves have ripened to the fall; Tomorrow’s … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 30 September 2020

Contemporary Canadian Art – Charlotte Evans Below – “hand in hand”; “night bird”; “green trousers”; “melting islands”; “off season”; “unity tree.” A Poem for Today “The Vanity of the Dragonfly” by Nancy Willard The dragonfly at rest on the doorbell— … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 29 September

This Date in Art History: Died 29 September 1910 – Winslow Homer, an American painter, illustrator, and engraver. Below – “The Fog Warning”; “Moonlight”; “The Gulf Stream”; “Girl and Laurel”; “Mink Pond”; “Watching the Breakers.” This Date in Literary History: … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 28 September 2020

Contemporary British Art – Tom Voyce Below – “Winkworth Boathouse”; “Nadi Bay (Fiji)”; “Nadi Street View 4”; “Napier 4 (Blue Wall)”; “Studio Interior with Folded Chair”; “Morning Light in Lockdown.” This Date in Literary History: Died 28 September 2016 – … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 27 September 2020

Contemporary Russian Art – Yuliia Meniailova Below – “Geese meet me”; “Irises and Lilacs”; “Sunflowers”; “Bullfinch”; “Birch trees”; “Still life with lemon.” A Poem for Today “Removing the Dross” by Thomas R. Moore After snowstorms my father shoveled the driveway … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 26 September 2020

Contemporary American Art – Evan Sklar Below – “Field and Fog, Early A.M.”; “Cyclist, UnderhillAvenue and Park Place, Brooklyn”; “Hill Field and Cloud. After Nils Green”; “Roasted Vegetables on Yellow Plate”; “Red Lights from Siren and Shadow of Small Tree … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 25 September 2020

This Date in Art History: Born 25 September 1865 – Henri Lebasque, a French Post-Impressionist painter. Below – “La cigarette”; “Sainte-Maxime, Le Goûter des Enfants”; “Sous la lampe”; “Jeune fille a la robe et au chapeau”; “Baigneuses a la fontaine, … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 24 September 2020

Contemporary British Art – Andrew Bret Wallis Below (photographs) – “Snow Oak Silence”; “Rocking Hall”; “Lightning Tree”; “Sundown”; “Winter Vigil”; “Silver & Gold.” A Poem for Today “Spirit of the Bat” by Peggy Schumaker Hair rush, low swoop— so those … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 23 September 2020

This Date in Art History: Born 23 September 1852 -James Carroll Beckwith, an American painter. Below – “Woman with Guitar”; “A Wistful Look”; “Bassin de Neptune, Versailles”; “Mark Twain”; “Portrait of Evelyn Nesbitt.” A Poem for Today “Sixth Grade” by … Continue reading

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Wandering in Woodacre – 22 September 2020: Autumn

Greeting Autumn Below – “Georgia O’Keeffe: “Autumn Leaves” Art for Autumn – Vincent van Gogh: “Autumn Landscape” A Poem for Autumn “To Autumn” by John Keats Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun; Conspiring with … Continue reading

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