This week’s art started out as a bit of a digital doodle.  I’d re-installed some old digital brushes that had been lost in the great PC crash of 2018, and started pushing blues around to make a sky. As I got lower down the virtual canvas, I decided to try to capture the feel that I had riding around in rural Pennsylvania late last Summer. All it took was a road, some mountains and some weeds, plus a few hints of structures, and there it was.  A backwoods road.

Quick ‘n’ sloppy, but it does look like a real painting. Sort of.

You can click the image if you want to see a bigger version.

Meanwhile, over in radio-land, Monday on The AIR, our Monday Marathon runs from 7 AM to 3 PM, and brings you eight recent episodes of Curtain Call, hosted by Mel Larch. You can tune in all day Monday and get your musical theater fix.   At 3 PM, we will present an encore of a recent edition of Prognosis, because show’s host, Herman Linte and all our collegues at Haversham Recording Institute are all still tied up providing stringer coverage to international new agencies covering the Brexit mess and now the Coronavirus scare, too.

You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on this embedded radio player…