Stirring

I have a stirring in my soul to paint again. As I lie in bed, waiting for sleep to overtake me, vivid colors danced through my head. I thought of seascapes and paintings seen recently. I know I can create. I have the desire. I just need to begin again. What stopped me from visualContinue reading “Stirring”

At Sharon Griffes Tarr’s Studio

Yesterday, Sunday, March 24, 2019, I journeyed to Williamston Michigan to Sharon Griffes Tarr’s studio in her home to buy a painting. I was amazed at all the lovely paintings on the walls and in a drawer. She is a prolific plein air painter of landscapes. There were several paintings that I wanted, but priceContinue reading “At Sharon Griffes Tarr’s Studio”

Sharon Griffes Tarr Michigan Artist

Sharon Griffes Tarr is a friend on Facebook. I’ve been following her for a while. Recently, she has been posting pictures of an oil painting she is working on for a competition. The painting is lovely. It has bunny tracks in white-blue snow along a frozen creek with trees and long, brown grass stems. YouContinue reading “Sharon Griffes Tarr Michigan Artist”

Email to John Morra American Realism Painter

Good morning John! I had a wonderful night waking, thinking about your art, falling back asleep and dreaming of it. Your art makes me happy waking or sleeping. This painting (a group of books in disarray) stands out to me as well as the “Tomato Ensemble”. I am a writer. Books, pens and paper areContinue reading “Email to John Morra American Realism Painter”