Frozen

Frozen, Oil on Panel 8 x 10 $600.00 USD Available I was reading some of my inspirational material as I regularly do on Sunday morning and I came across this quote: To me, that is the job of art. To meet us where we are and to invite us in—to think, to feel, to wonder,… Read More

Octopus Island – New Painting

Octopus Island, Oil on Panel 18 x 24 $2,200.00 USD Sold Artist Comments As our summer trip to Desolation Sound was coming to an end, we made a quick run to Refuge Cove for ice and wine.  We then went through the Hole-in-the-Wall towards Octopus Island for one last summer night with the Flotilla.  It… Read More

A Boy and His Dog

A Boy and His Dog Oil Painting, 15 x 11 This is my favorite painting from last year. It is about of my son Luke and his dog Strider. Luke was adopted from Guatemala when he was a small baby. Honestly, I forget that he is adopted until we meet someone new, and they inevitably… Read More

Today – Thoughts at the End of 2018

You cannot live in the past, it is just a memory. You cannot live in the future, it is just your imagination. You can only be in the present. “Life is what happens while you’’re busy making other plans.” John Lennon Hi Friends, One cannot help but remember the past and think about the future… Read More

Wine Tasting with Friends

New Painting –   Wine Tasting with Friends 8 x 10 Oil on Panel, $600 Available This painting will be on display and for sale at the Small WORKS, BIG Drafts infused with Poetry event on Thursday, Nov 15 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm at the Hopheads Taproom in Woodinville. Hope to see you there!

Friday Afternoon

Friday Afternoon 8 x 10, Oil on Panel $600, Available Remember that sunny Friday afternoon a couple of weeks ago. It was at the end of a stretch of Indian Summer and we all knew the rain was coming soon. I played hooky that afternoon and ate lunch at an outside cafe. The city was… Read More

New Work – Laundry

I have a new painting to share – Laundry. Laundry, 18 x 24 Oil on Panel, $1,500   That Day in Tuscany – -when the sun was beating down -strolling through the narrow alleys of the Tuscan village. -with the walls so high, the plants had to reach for the sun.   -and the laundry… Read More