Paintings by Kevin Macneil Brown, watercolor and graphite on paper, July 2018,
Saturday, July 14, 2018
A very quiet midweek day spent along the waterfront at Burlington, Vermont. Wind and waves in the morning, calmed a bit by afternoon. The wind and relative coolness--as compared with a recent heatwave-- seemed to keep many away from the water. Between running, swimming, and reading a bit in the journals of Gerard Manley Hopkins, I made three watercolors at water's edge.
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Sunday, February 11, 2018
Saturday, October 14, 2017
watercolor on paper, 2017
With a sense of a cycle completed, I present this collection of three long, contemplative, immersive sound works inspired by journeys, inner and outer, along the shores and waters of Lake Champlain. This work is the culmination of many years of sound painting and exploration, and this release represents a completion and fulfillment. The three pieces are arranged into one inclusive work, reflecting a journey that begins with evocation, moves into exploration, and at last becomes quiet contemplation. Thank you for listening. -KMB, 10/11/17.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
The long summer makes its way to fall. The angle and quality of light shifts, softens; colors in and on water, sky, and land-forms find different suffusions. This is my favorite season to paint.
Paintings by Kevin Macneil Brown, watercolor on paper, 2017.