Clandestine Crossing
24 x 30"
acrylic on canvas
Creative Genius, Medford, NJ

Innovative signage

Walter Camp Gate at the Yale Athletic Complex. Camp is considered to be the "Father of American Football" and developed a lot of the game while at Yale.

Yale Bowl, the nations first natural bowl stadium

Fall has to be our favorite season

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch in Bushnell Park

State Capitol in Hartford

The Charter Oak is celebrated throughout the Capital. When King James II tried to take the Connecticut Charter from the colony it was hidden in a white oak tree. The tree fell in 1856, but the wood from the tree was used to make several relics.

Not a piece of the Charter Oak, but a cannonball embedded in a tree.

The Connecticut Charter framed in wood from the Charter Oak

Wooden revolver carved from Charter Oak wood

View of Bushnell Park and Hartford skyline, from the State Capital

Leafing the Capital Building

The Mark Twain House in Hartford, as you can guess once home to Samuel Clemens

Harriet Beecher Stowe House, where the "Uncle Tom's Cabin" author lived

We came across this abandoned rest stop with a peculiar frog rock in the center

The Guilford Art Center became the representative for Connecticut in the project

Leaving the painting "William's Route" with the staff of the Guilford Art Center

Nomadic Link

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