Quarries in Aix-en-Provence and Woodstock, New York, treescapes and rural scenes in southern France and the Battenkill Valley are the varied subjects. Early works are angular and blocked, like Cézanne. There is increasingly a wide spectrum with soft tonalities. Fall and early spring predominate in scenes in upstate New York and Vermont. Full sun, as one might expect, blazed in scenes in and near Provence, but these were softened in middle to late works. Often Witten gave us “glimpses of the beyond” among verticals of forest or orchard.