Author Archives: jrlart
What is it about an old house that attracts our reflection? “This Ole House” by Stuart Hamblen, and published in 1954. This ole house once knew his children This ole house once knew his wife This ole house was … Continue reading
As the gravel road leaves Highway 61 heading over the creeks and through the woods to grandmama’s house almost three miles up the hill and around the curves, on this first snowy October day I was struck by a painting … Continue reading
If you enter the boundary waters through the Pine Lake entrance, paddle west 7 miles all the way to the other end of the lake. Look for a trail in the brush a little south of the only creek there. … Continue reading
This tractor was freshly retired and left to rust in the last field it had cleared, when we moved here to northern Minnesota a little more than twenty-five years ago. It rests a couple of miles from the road and our … Continue reading
Cowgirl Someone said I needed more tension in my paintings so I added the guns.
Hard Ride’n Straight Shoot’n Woman
The wicked flee when no one pursues pursues, but the righteous are bold as lions. Proverbs