Series of Water Color & Ink Paintings of Nantucket/ Sconset

roger

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I’ve been working on a series of 32 water color paintings and now about half way through the series. I do a tight pencil sketch, then ink the drawing with waterproof sepia ink, then do the painting over everything. Take a look at the series when you get a chance. http://art2go-rtdm.blogspot.com/

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Beer Truck

jamie

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This is inspired by landscapes in advertising. 24″x36″ Oil on Canvas.

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xray vision

keegan

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Been staring at this for a long, long time…Have you checked out Muggmaker yet?

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Dinner for Eight Title page, New Book by Roger De Muth

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Here’s the title page and cover from my newest book – Dinner for Eight.

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My newest book- Dinner for Eight!

roger

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Here’s the cover from my newest book “Dinner for Eight”.
It’s about an Octopus’s Dinner Party.
Let me know if you would like an auto-graphed copy.
It takes my car awhile to sign them. Ha, Ha….
Roger.

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Skateboard Nation

Paul


Over the years I’ve done a lot of skateboarding, most intensely in the mid-eighties to early nineties and these days cruising the streets of midtown Sacto on a longboard. Recently the Wall Street Journal’s Conor Dougherty wrote about what an incredibly skate-friendly city Portland Oregon is and to my luck the WSJ editors requested an interactive map of the best skateparks across the US. As soon as I got the assignment I knew what to do. Click on the image of above to see a larger version or the link below to see the interactive version — and take a few minutes to read the rad article as well.
Wall Street Journal Link: America’s Best Skateboarding Parks

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