This will be about my views on what it takes to put a three dimensional world onto a two dimensional surface. With a lot of digressing.
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Nov 7, 2009


LUMBER LANE Oil on Canvas 20 x 26 (C) Margery Caggiano

COWS ARE NOT FOOD .......continued

Lumber Lane, in Bridgehampton LI, was close enough to where we lived that I sometimes used it as a shortcut to avoid the traffic. Even then, thirty years ago, traffic was bad enough to want to blow up the bridge over the Shinnecock Canal. If you've ever been on an interstate that was funneled down to one lane for 25 miles, that's what Montauk Highway became.
The curse of the Hamptons.
This particular painting was shown only once I think, and later destroyed. I do that occasionally.Sometimes its the right thing to do, sometimes it's not. The ladies on the beach, "Holiday" in my last post, resulted in a little flak at the gallery. oh yuk, cows on the beach.
Some people just don't get it.

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