Friday, December 25, 2009

A Continuing Subject for the Artist - More Frosty Sugar Shacks by Edward Huse

A Wintry scene, this is one of several in a recent series revisiting a favorite working farm in Springfield, Vermont, as painted by Edward Huse, one or two of the acrylic paintings is available, and prints are available as well, or just screen shot the image from here for free - Merry Christmas!

Una escena nocturna, tipica del atardecér en un cualquier buen dia invernal de Vermont, pintado por el artista en acrylico sobre tabla de madera - un ejemplar de varios semejantes por Edward Huse. Hay en venta, un ejemplar, y sobra decír que hay un sinfín de impressiones disponibles como tarjetas o posters através de su cuenta, o, igual se le puede pedir una copia del tallér del artista en directo.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

New Ice, beautiful but treacherous

It looks nice, it's nice ice to be sure, but only for looking, especially when the late evening atmosphere is shaped by a large snow storm somewhere down South, letting the Sun produce so rich violets and purples. The new ice is a smart reminder that Springfield Vermont is on the verge of Ice Fishing Season!

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Fancy News! First Snow of the Season for Springfield, Vermont!

Last night the Snows of Winter finally began to fall, and a poetic fall it was - being the first, and coming so late in the Season (giving citizens the chance to tie up loose garden ends and neaten-up a last bit) the snow had a clean and mud-free theater in which to parade, dance and finally come to rest, on the gingerbread porches and manicured lawns of Springfield, Vermont, City of Lights and Jewel of the Upper Valley.

It was a picture-perfect image of a crisp, late Fall, New England-ish evening last night, for sure …

… and this morning it was just as beautiful, although more brilliantly by far