Friday, July 19, 2013

Meet Ed Larson. . . The Artist Again!


I first met Ed Larson, an artist,  on March 10, 2010 in his studio on Canyon Road.  I went to see him again last Friday, and we chatted about Washington Island, WI, on Lake Michigan which is our common place of reference.  He had a newly delivered issue of the island newspaper, The Washington Observer, which we discussed, particularly the real estate section which is so different now ($$$) from when Ed Larson owned property there. If you are curious about our first meeting recorded on my earlier post,  go here.


If you are not interested in this link, here is the first photo I posted of Ed.


17 comments:

  1. Is that a self portrait? His work looks to be very good.

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  2. Wonderful portrait. Looks like he just rode in on his horse.

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  3. i was thinking the same thing as jim! how fun to go back and visit and old friend :)

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  4. As always, I love your portraits, Kate. By the way, are you familiar with Lynne and Tim and their Home Free Adventures? See them at http://homefreeadventures.com/get-on-le-bus-gus/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=get-on-le-bus-gus.

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  5. Nice captures of Ed Larson from both of your visits. Quite a lifestyle change from Lake Michigan to Santa Fe in the dry southwest! Bet he always wanted to be a Cowboy!

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  6. I'm so glad to know Ed is still around... such an interesting man.

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  7. I was also curious if that is a self portrait.

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  8. A handsome man. I think also one with a good sense of humor. Love that "Learn to draw" painting!

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  9. Ed is still a handsome dude. I like his earlier cowboy look.

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  10. He has some fine looking paintings there. You made some good portraits of him yourself. It's nice to reconnect with old acquaintances.

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  11. He is a very talented artist, that's for sure.

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  12. I love the colors in his paintings..and the subject matter.

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  13. Great portraits of an interesting artist!

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  14. Your skills in portrait photography are top notch, Kate.

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  15. The background art has changed - I hope that's because he's successful. I do especially like the "Learn to draw" piece.

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