Born in Vineland, NJ, 1938. 1964 graduate, Philadelphia College of Art. Ten years as Illustrator/Designer, KYW-TV-3, & Mike Douglas Show. Painter, Illustrator, Arts Educator, Painting Workshop Instructor. Courtroom artist for all major TV networks. Former Chairman, Illustration Dept., Moore College of Art & Design, Phila. PA. Former Pres., Philadelphia Water Color Society. Married for 43 years to Louise Kates Ternay (deceased) my best friend, agent, & mother of our wonderful, talented sons Will, Pierce, & Mason.
...actually, unless it's freezing or raining, painting on a gray day can be a quite pleasant experience. Because the light is consistant, there's no need to "chase the sun." Values changes are subtle; colors softer, and you can paint at a liesurely pace. This painting took about 1-1/2 hrs. to do. There was a light mist in the air, interupted by flocks of geese overhead. At one point I saw a beautiful sienna fox, casually lopeing across a field, beyond the garden. All in all; a very gentle Christmas afternoon, doing what I love.