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Hillside Monday: 6/26/17

“Asphalt, Trees, Power Lines, Puddle”
LaGrange, Georgia – 19 April 2015

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Hillside Monday: 6/19/17

“Detail, Restored Coca-Cola Mural, Doc Spier’s Place”
LaGrange, Georgia – 24 October 2014

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Hillside Monday: 6/12/17

“Tornado Sky #1”
LaGrange, Georgia – 23 November 2014

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Hillside Monday: 6/5/17

“Metal Roof and Storm”
LaGrange, Georgia – 23 November 2014

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Hillside Monday: 5/29/17

“Art Is Where You Find It, No. 4”
(Acrylic, oil, watercolor, tempera, and charcoal on plywood)
LaGrange College Department of Art
LaGrange, Georgia – 1 May 2017

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Hillside Monday: 5/22/17

“Peony Globe”
LaGrange, Georgia – 10 May 2013

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Hillside Monday: 5/15/17

“Silhouette with Turquoise and Brick”
LaGrange, Georgia – 29 April 2017

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Hillside Monday: 5/8/17

“Cat Waiting, with Light and Shadow”
LaGrange, Georgia – 16 November 2016
Model: Smokey

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Hillside Monday: 5/1/17

“Gardenia Ghost”
LaGrange, Georgia – 6 June 2016

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Hillside Monday: 4/24/17

“Art Is Where You Find It, No. 3”
(acrylic, oil, tempera, and charcoal on enameled steel)
LaGrange College Dept. of Art
LaGrange, Georgia – 24 March 2017

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Hillside Monday: 4/17/17

“Roof Replacement in Black and White”
LaGrange, Georgia – 17 March 2016

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Hillside Monday: 4/10/17

“Daffodils with Painted Concrete”
LaGrange, Georgia – 9 March 2014

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Hillside Monday: 4/3/17

This cast-iron fireplace front probably dates from the early 20th century (as does the lead-based paint still clinging to it). It’s from one of two original chimneys in my circa-1915 mill house. When we freed this beauty from the wall where it had been closed up for over 60 years, it bore a thick layer of coal dust. As we tore out the bricks from the chimney and hearth, our faces did, too.

Coal, though sooty and potentially dangerous, was cheap in the early 1900s. It was how poor people heated their homes. Its dust sticks around for what seems like forever. More than six decades after this house stopped using coal heat, I still find the silvery-gray dust in the old walls, or in the cats’ fur when they sneak into the chimney space (soon to be a walk-in closet).

“Cast Iron Fireplace Front with Paint”
LaGrange, Georgia – 15 March 2015

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Hillside Monday: 3/27/17

“Light in August”
LaGrange, Georgia – 21 August 2015

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Hillside Monday: 3/20/17

“Another Storm in Hillside”
LaGrange, Georgia – 10 April 2015

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Hillside Monday: 3/13/17

“Buffalo Rock Bottle Fragment”
LaGrange, Georgia – 1 February 2016

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Hillside Monday: 3/6/17

“Saucer Magnolias after the Storm”
LaGrange, Georgia – 16 March 2014

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Hillside Monday: 2/27/17

“Saint Francis Goes to Mardi Gras”
LaGrange, Georgia – 28 April 2015

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Hillside Monday: 2/20/17

“It’s Always Mardi Gras Somewhere”
LaGrange, Georgia – 3 January 2015

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Hillside Monday: 2/13/17

Marshall Ruffin‘s Girl”
Pure Life Studios
LaGrange, Georgia – 21 January 2017

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