In the 1930's rural farmers frequently made butter at home in 5-gallon churns, packed the butter in 2,3 or 5 pound crock jars that were furnished by the grocery store. They traded the butter for groceries. My parents used this method. I obtained this small 2 or 3 pound crock from a grocery store that was going out of business in the 1950's in Columbia, South Dakota. It holds my pencils always ready.
My impressionist oil paintings are created by layering contrasting hues to create depth and a complex rhythm of color, a process requiring many applications.
My creations run the gamut from serious studies to whimsical. While every canvas is a treasured friend, I always look forward to being in love with my next painting.
Danny Kaye, the actor-comedian said: "Life is a great big canvas; throw all the paint on it you can." I'm with you there, Danny. Stand back.
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