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  1. June, it’s been many years. life goes on with all it’s changes. please contact me, thelma scudi (smith) thelma scudi at out look dot com.
    I’m wondering if you still do two or three month trips to paint? there might be a chance here to have this house rent free (but not utility free) if it would work for both of us. thelma
    please delete this once you read it. thanks

  2. Don Neuenschwander in Topeka wants tp give jerry a call but I cannot locate jerry phone ##. Dons #i is 785-250-6945. Hope all is well in portland

  3. Hi June,

    I like your Green Green Grass!

    Earlier today, I was trying to edit to mentions that not only Willem de Kooning patronized the Cedar Tavern but that Elaine de Kooning was there too – using as reference ….Ms. de Kooning … hung out with the mostly male cast of argumentative characters at the Cedar Tavern and held her own in both the talking…

    I opened a wikipedia account but was overwhelmed by the editing menu. Then I remembered that your husband edited for wikipedia. If that is correct, perhaps he could correct wikipedia’s patriachal view that only males met to discuss art in the mid-fifties.

    After having spent a couple of years looking after family, I am back to painting.

    I still hope that someday we will met!


  4. You were referred to me for an upcoming exhibit. I would like to call you to discuss our program and give you more information about the upcoming exhibit. Please send a phone number and a good time to call you.
    Thank you and best wishes,

    Linda Church

    • Linda, I just now ran across your comment. If you are still interested in discussing an exhibit with me, please let me know. I am June Underwood, and you commented on my blog. Thanks.


  5. Hi June,
    It’s nice hearing from you. I checked out you resume and it is very impressive. There’s a big emptiness between Geneva Cottage and about 2000, which my art resume also has. I came to Raleigh in 1963 and have been here ever since. Sharon & I got married in 64 and divorced about 8 years later. I got my Ph.D. in forest Genetics in 72 but never worked in the field. Was Computing Center Director at NCSU for ten years and then spent 20 years at a major computer software company working for its unappreciative President and owner. Retired in 2002 and stated serious photography in 2007. Was sick with several things, including a near death experience with meningitis, from late 2008 through late 2010. Got back to photography and found abstract photography in 2011. I still take lots of photos while I’m looking for abstract images but haven’t spent any time on building a resume. I’m told I should – its just not fun.

    I looked through your paintings and really like your current work. I have a friend who does similar scenes from the NC coast and somewhere in CA. Checked out you abstracts and like them particularly “golden canyon”. I have to say that I don’t see St. John’s Bridge as abstract – you can (try to) educate me as to why it’s abstract.

    How is Oregon? I have only been to Portland on business trips many years ago and a ski trip to Mt. Hood(?). Recently, a very good friend moved to Eugene. Thanks for contacting me and I look forward hearing more from you.

    Peace, Love & laughter, Dick

  6. It was great meeting you today. I wish we could have discussed the Hockney show in depth–especially about the different perspectives & how you would paint them or “depict” them.

    It would be great to go out painting with you. I’ve been painting with my painting teacher & other good friends that are landscape painters. I’m the only one that’s not a serious landscape painter, but love it & love being out in nature. You might enjoy the work of my teacher, Phyllis Shafer. She’s a well-known landscape painter–usually painting desert or the Sierras. She has a solo show every 2 years at Stremmel’s in Reno & is having a big retrospective at the Reno Art Museum this March. She’s a phenomenal painter, teacher & friend.

    Anyway, it was great meeting you. Maybe we can discuss this further thru email. paula

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