WAYNE GAGNON

Artist and Poet

Monthly Archives: November 2012

Santa Ornaments

The 2012 Santa Ornaments (by Wayne Gagnon) are available at Granby PTO Craft and Vendor Fair.

Wayne Gagnon - 2012 Santa Ornaments
2012 Santa Ornaments
1.5×5 inch (each), acrylic on rough cut pine
©2012 Wayne A. Gagnon

Each ornament is individually hand painted late at night while listening to jazz on my 1970’s clock radio. They are reasonably priced at $7.00.  Supplies are limited.

2012 Granby PTO Craft and Vendor Fair

Sat. December 1, 2012
9:00-2:00
East Meadow School – Granby MA

I will be was represented by my wonderful sister, Tammy, at the Sapowsky Farms booth. THANK YOU, Tammy!

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Santa Ornament (in progress)

Wayne Gagnon - Santa Ornament
2012 Santa Ornament (prototype)
1.5×5 inch acrylic on rough cut pine
©2012 Wayne A. Gagnon

Classical Gas

Wayne Gagnon - Classical Gas

Classical Gas
6.75×14.25 inch
Acrylic on dismantled dresser drawer
©2012 Wayne A. Gagnon

Note from Wayne: For years, I’ve been trying to get Rick Murnane, singer-songwriter, to learn the 1968 instrumental guitar piece Classical Gas by Mason Williams. I made a deal with Rick: I would create a painting for him if he played the song for me.  Today, we each upheld our ends of the bargain.

Souvenir (Juggle)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Juggle

 

(for Sam)

Souvenir (Black Friday)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Black Friday

Souvenir (Mediocre)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Mediocre

Souvenir (Snack)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Snack

Souvenir (Croon)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Croon

(for Pat)

Souvenir (Twinkie)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Twinkie

Souvenir (Tryptophan)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Tryptophan

Souvenir (Ever)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Ever

Souvenir (Sunsets)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Sunsets

(for Michelle, Laura and JC)

Souvenir (Olives)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Olives

(for Katie)

Souvenir (Snappy)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Snappy

Souvenir (Déjà vu)

Wayne Gagnon - Souvenir Poem - Deja Vu Déjà vu