Saturday, November 10, 2012

New Article: The Victorious Saga of an American Painter

Craig Terlino- Boston Journalist

                A great writer and former schoolmate of mine from Brockton,MA, Craig Terlino wrote a great article about me on his blog- " The Good American Collective"- for Veterans Day. Check it out, then read my Vet's Day post below.  http://thegoodamericancollective.blogspot.com/2012/11/sgt-peter-damon_10.html

6 comments:

  1. Great article and wonderful photos.
    Mike P.

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    2. thanks for all your comments you've been leaving Mike. I've been trying for months to try and reply and my acct. wouldn't let me. I even tried going to your blog and commenting there and still....nothing. Finally I fixed it!

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    3. That is great Peter!
      Technology can get very frustrating!
      Keep on painting!
      Your work is fantastic!
      Mike

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  2. Simply want to say your article is as astonishing. The clarity in your post is just cool and i can assume you’re an expert on this subject. Fine with your permission allow me to grab your feed to keep up to date with forthcoming post. Thanks a million and please continue the rewarding work.
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  3. Dear Sgt. Damon,
    I first because acquainted with your story and paintings through a magazine article. I am glad that your love of art has helped to see you through a tough time. Your paintings remind me of the work of Edward Hopper, both in composition and in the way you handle light. I see this especially in “Whitman Coffee Shop,” “Brockton Cigar Store” and “Brockton Tripledecker.” My favorite paintings that I have seen in the gallery on your blog are “River Traffic” and “Tourists.” I first saw “Tourists” in the magazine, prior to visiting Provincetown, MA. I saw a restaurant there that reminded me so much of “Tourists” that I made my husband take for there for lunch. I hope that you will always pursue your painting because you are clearly a very talented man.

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