First, this interesting woodcut by Edgar Dorsey Taylor (USA, 1904-1978). It’s entitled Erosion, Punta Baja, and I’m not sure how representational the spiky shapes are meant to be. In any case, it certainly evokes spiky, harsh landforms under a parching, relentless sun. It also evokes the feeling of my frayed temper and frazzled mood!
The other two things to share are my upcoming holiday sales. This weekend - tomorrow and Sunday - I’ll be joining the artists of Gorse Mill Studios for their holiday sale. Maggie Schmidt, who does gorgeous soft-focus oil paintings of flowers (check out her work here), is generously letting me show my work in her big, beautiful, sunny studio. Much of today’s
Exactly one week later, on December 12, the town of Needham will be hosting a Winter Arts Fest upstairs in Town Hall, and I’ll be participating in that, as well. I’ll have a smaller display there, but will almost certainly still be working on the same huge, intricately detailed block.
Please come by to check out my work, and the work of all the other artists who will be showing at these two events. It’s a great opportunity to find unique, handmade, local, very special gifts for everyone on your list (except, of course, any soulless people on your list who like nothing but boring, mass-produced generic stuff!)
[Picture: Erosion, Punta Baja, woodcut by Edgar Dorsey Taylor, 1969 (Image from The Annex Galleries).]