I am inspired to paint still-lifes by looking at art in museums and connecting them to daily experience. The combinations of subject, color, and space relationships in the arrangement of groups of objects on tabletops and window sills is a pursuit with many obstacles but without end. Click here to see portfolios of still-life and interior paintings.
Paintings done in oil or gouache outdoors in New England. Click here to see portfolios of landscape paintings.
I make my collage pieces from acrylic-painted paper & bookbinders glue on bristol paper or other archival card stock. Click here to see portfolios of collages.
Daily postcard-size oil paintings from life of magnolia blossoms on linen panels. Click here to see portfolios of magnolia paintings.
Mylar is a plastic coated material popular for it’s translucent light quality and sensual surface when combined with powdered graphite and oil medium. Click here to see portfolios of mylar drawings.
Gouache or ink on India-import handmade rough textured paper in bound hardcover books. Click here to see portfolios of sketchbooks.
I make gouache copies of masterpiece paintings by artists I want to learn from. Paper sizes are 5.5 x 7.25 inch, 9×6.5 inch, and 8×8 inch. Many of the images were previously published on the blog where they are searchable by artist’s name and accompanied by text. Click here to see portfolios of gouache copies.