Sunday, November 18, 2018

Lake Champlain, Moving Light

Lake Champlain, Moving Light
Painting by Kevin Macneil Brown, watercolor and gouache on paper, 2018.

A few weeks after painting this last summer, I began to see that this image had brought me full-circle, to the source of the very moment that caught my heart and yearning in this powerful place of water, sky, and land; of journeys, voyages, histories, migrations. 
That was the moving light to me, the leading, liminal edge of mystery and revelation.
I know now that it's time to close this web log. It will remain, but I will add no more to it.
 I am sure that I will continue to seek and find words, images, and sounds in and of this lake, and these may well show up at my other blog, Liminal Words and Music.
Thank you to all of you who have shared these journeys and voyages with me at Between Waters.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Quiet Summer Day

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.

Paintings by Kevin Macneil Brown, watercolor and graphite on paper, July 2018,

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Lake Champlain Liminal (watercolor painting)

                                    Lake Champlain Liminal- Painting by Kevin Macneil Brown,
                                      watercolor on paper, 2018.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Three Seasons

Paintings by Kevin Macneil Brown, watercolor on paper, 2017.

Three paintings of Burlington Bay : August, October, and December