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Artcroft Day 27

It was beautiful this morning! I did some straightening up, then went to the studio, and continued my web design project. By 11am, I had resolved the problem that was bothering me yesterday.

I went with Robert to get some firewood, but all the snow, ice and rain made the muddy hill impossible to drive up to, so we returned home empty handed.

I took a 7 1/2 mile run around the block, then did some sketching of the view behind my studio.

Joe Netta arrived first. He is a multi-media artist from Delaware,
followed by Mia Capodilupo, a fiber artist from Chicago.

dinner At Artcroft
Dinner at Artcroft…welcome Joe and Mia

Rolling Hills
Back in the studio, I was struck by the way the light was illuminating the rolling hills in the distance. I thought it would make a great oil pastel painting.

Tomorrow is the writer’s workshop at Artcroft. 10am Writers, if you aren’t able to make it tomorrow, they meet every first Sunday of the month, so mark your calendars.

I am going to miss it here. Only 3 days of my residency left!

2 thoughts on “Artcroft Day 27

  1. Ken, I’m going to be sorry to have you leave Artcroft. It has been a real pleasure to keep up with the farm through your blog.

    Robert is my younger brother, therefore I have found it invaluable to keep up with him and Maureen without being able to be on the farm. We are planning a visit in June and I’m looking forward to the visit. You really should plan on visiting in the spring and summer months — you’d find it just as interesting, I’m certain.

    All the best in your continued work.

  2. Paul, I am equally sorry to leave Artcroft. Robert and Maureen have created a very special place. Fortunately, I only live 30 minutes away, so I am already making plans to do future projects together… Which I will likely document on my blog. Thanks for sharing the experience with me!


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