Monday, October 25, 2021

#421• Hunter's Moon

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I ran into a book I haven't read yet by Phillip Caputo while researching this month's moon. Hunter's Moon; A Novel in Stories was written in 2019. I did read A Rumor of War, published in 1996 a long time ago. It's a good read.

         “So I guess every generation is doomed to fight its war, to endure the same old experiences, suffer  the loss of the same old illusions, and learn the same old lessons on its own.”  - Caputo

In the meantime, the actual Hunter's Moon was named by native Americans because it was the time of year they hunted wild game to stock up for the winter months. With this moon they could hunt longer into evening. We painters could and can also paint late into the evening!

Hunter's Moon • 8" x 8" gouache framed to 12" x 12" • $250

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