Browsing All posts tagged under »Margie Guyot«

Hatching good ideas in Detroit and bobcats on the flat road

September 30, 2011


I could not decide between these subjects and concluded that I did not have to. You get them both, an embarrassment of riches.

A real outdoor girl, our Margie

January 18, 2011


When she’s not at work in her Possum Hollow studio out on the Flat Road, painter Margie Guyot likes to get outdoors–and paint some more.  Even in the winter. This is what she sees from the shores of Grand Traverse Bay.   . . .  from the beach at Barnes Park . . . . . .  […]

Raining frogs and cabbages

September 12, 2010


Things have been a bit, um, lively around here for the last few days, and then the sloooow dialup turned to noooooo dialup. Lots to catch up on, no time to do it. Fortunately, Margie Guyot paints, and today she’s going to paint the fence. While you wait for the slideshow to load, I will […]

Possum Hollow

July 20, 2010


Drive out the Flat Road past the stone silo, where traces of the Old Pioneer Road climb the ridge, past the ancient Indian settlement with its burial grounds and food pits and gardens, past the Old Antrim City Cemetery where men who came back from the Civil War lie next to children who died in […]