Monthly Archives: August 2009

Progression of the Oil Painting “Time Framed”

After a few inquiries about posting progression shots on my blog I decided to add the stages of an 18x24in. landscape of Powell’s Pt.Park entitled” Time Framed”. You can read my earlier note about the evening I painted the sketch for this piece here. Plein Air: All my landscapes begin with a plein air painting […]

Twitter 140: Art Show

Artist Statement:  Relationships bloom, tweet by tweet. Many tweets later, defenses drop; revealing delicate layers of multifaceted personalities. Biography:  Debbie Lamey-MacDonald is a Nova Scotian artist who works from life to capture the essence of her subject. Musings accompany her paintings. I am very happy and excited to be a part of an upcoming art […]

Spirits Merge

Spirits Merge It is a humid and very breezy day in August. Everything is in motion as a steady breeze drifts over the ocean surface. It dashes throughout pockets of space within swaying foliage. An intimate perch above the shoreline beckons for company. It creates a protected space for the viewer, enabling one to nestle […]