Sunday, May 7th, 2017


Long New England winters give way to light, cool colors in April and May, with one of the hallmarks of the season being the Forsythia, with it’s perfect yellow bloom, that lasts only a few weeks.

This scene in Vermont, where it seems Spring comes a bit later than for elsewhere in New England, illustrates the blast of colors we all wait for, that comes only after the snow melts, after mud season, and as warmer weather comes–and stays.

“May” 48 x 36 oil on canvas.

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