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Out of plein air

August 27, 2012


Back in the 19th century some enterprising manufacturers devised pre-mixed oil pigments and portable easels.  Enterprising artists carted these excellent supplies out into the wilds and began to paint light. They’ve been painting en plein air ever since.  In the process they defined the way we dream about our country. Recently photographer Babs Young joined other artists […]

Babs visits the Loeb farm house

November 9, 2009


Babs Young has been exploring the old Loeb property in Charlevoix, and was taken with the farmhouse. She writes, It was a great weekend. I had the opportunity to photograph the Loeb farm house in Charlevoix. This lovely house and the rest of the farm was built about 1918 by Albert Loeb, the acting President […]