These are my featured paintings. As I work throughout the course of the year, I occasionally post pieces that I find interesting. I add a small commentary about what makes them interesting to me.
My still life painting “Croton” earned an award of “Honorable Mention” at the New England Regional Open Exhibit conducted by the Marblehead Arts Association. In this painting, and many of my recent paintings, I have been cultivating a more fluid style. … Continue reading
This fall I had the pleasure of painting a wedding portrait of a young couple. I enjoy painting the special moments in peoples lives, especially since my painting will last for centuries. I can just image the portrait being handed … Continue reading
December 2012 My favorite aspect of being a member of the Marblehead Arts Association is the opportunity to draw and paint from a live model with other member artists. Throughout history artists have focused a great deal of their attention … Continue reading
September 2012 On a trip to the Desert Southwest in January, I stopped by Red Rock Canyon. I had my sketch book and charcoal handy, and as the sunlight waned I whipped out a few sketches. While the “Red Rocks” … Continue reading
March 2012 On a trip to the Desert Southwest in February, I took a hike at Cima Dome in the Mojave Desert. The hike on that sunny, chilly day was exhilarating. As usual, I brought my sketch pad and some … Continue reading
December 2011 One of the reasons that I joined the Marblehead Arts Association is to be able to attend the Life Drawing Class. During these sessions we share to cost of hiring a model, and we share the company and … Continue reading