Monthly Archives: July 2014

Fine Art Oil Painting “Summer Sail on the River” and a Sailing Poem by Walt Whitman “Aboard at a Ship’s Helm”

Hi all, “Summer Sail on the River” a Fine Art Oil Painting by Daniel S. Dahlstrom, Chester, Connecticut It was a beautiful day on the Connecticut River, near Hamburg Cove in Old Lyme, which Dan and his friends were enjoying. … Continue reading

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The History of the Maggie P and the Fine Art Oil Painting of the “Maggie P”

Hi All, “The Maggie P” Fine Art Oil Painting by Daniel S. Dahlstrom, Chester, Connecticut Artist Hi all, Interesting story to Dan’s painting “The Maggie P, Old Saybrook”. The “Maggie P”started out its’ life as a tugboat, and ended up … Continue reading

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“Manhatten Mist” and Its’ Birth in New York City and the Fine Art at Chapel View Gallery in Cranston, RI

Hi all, “Manhatten Mist” a fine art oil painting by Daniel (Dan) S. Dahlstrom is on exhibit and available at the Fine Art at Chapel View Gallery, 4 Chapel View Blvd, Cranston, R.I. Hope you get a chance to check … Continue reading

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Passion—the Artist’s Passion and the Lynde Point Lighthouse in Old Saybrook, Connecticut

Hi all, That should be our mantra for the remainder of 2014—“To Live with Passion!” What exactly is passion? One definition is: a powerful emotion or appetite, as love, joy, hatred, anger or greed. Another is: boundless enthusiasm. Viewing a … Continue reading

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Featured Artist Exhibition for the Month of July 2014 for Daniel S. Dahlstrom and Oil Painting Demo by Dan at the Acton Public Library in Old Saybrook, Connecticut

“Yellow Boat” Fine Art Oil Painting by Daniel S. Dahlstrom, Chester, CT Artist You are cordially invited to attend: Featured Artist Exhibition for the Month of July 2014 and Oil Painting Demo by the Artist Where: Acton Public Library (Grady … Continue reading

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Hearing the Whistle of the Essex Steam Train and a Poem by Robert Louis Stevenson, “From a Railway Carriage”

Hi all, Just heard the train whistle loud and clear, as it traveled through our town, Chester, Connecticut. That sound lets us travel back into time to a quieter era, and riding the train brings you there to a different … Continue reading

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