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Selected Paintings

I no longer paint large works and I no longer sell paintings. I still do small landscapes for my own enjoyment. Below are examples of my large works, almost all of which have been sold or given away.

(Below) Insight, 24 x 18, Acrylic on board.

The graceful curtains give a gauzy cover to the chatoic world behind. The style derives from Art Deco and the ball is the "thing-but-not-a-thing" motif that I have been exploring in my recent work.


(Below) WINTER SUN, 18 x 24, Acrylic on board.

The sun shines weakly through the cold winter air, the moisture refracting the light and rendering everything slightly indistinct. (Some metalic paint; painting is richer than photo.)


(Below) SPHERE #8, 24 x 22, Mixed media on board.

The ball as "thing-but-not-a-thing" is seen as part shadow, part thing against a rough wall,



(Below) WORLD'S FAIR, 10 x 8, Acrylic on board.

Recalling the trademark sphere of the New York World's Fair.


(Below) OPUS IN C, 25 x 31, Acrylic on board with wood inlay.

The joy of beautiful, dramatic music.


(Below) PERSONA, 24 x 18, Acrylic on board.

The essence of being is held up for examination. (The painting is darker than the photo.)


(Below) TRANSITION, 18 x 24, Acrylic on board.

Passing through the dark and into the light brings renewal and clarity.


(Below) RUSHING TOWARD GRIDLOCK, 16 x 23, Acrylic on board.

A commentary on human evolution.



(Below) HOORAY FOR THE RED, WHITE, AND BLUE, 25 x 31, Acrylic on board, $800

Abstract of a waving flag, with wavy colors.


(Below) REVERIE, 16 x 12, Acrylic on board.

After her bath, a moment alone to reflect.


(Below) TOBIAS 2, 24 x 20, Enamel on board with metal and wood.

This construction, and the one next to it, was inspired by the work of Robert Tobias, an exceptionally talented sculptor.


(Below) Red Cargo Five, 24 x 18, Acrylic on board.


(Below) UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES, 24 x 18, Mixed Media.


(Below) LOVE AND REGRET, 20 x 16", Acrylic on board.


(Below) SONOITA CREEK AT SUNSET, 25 x 25", Acrylic on board.


(Below) PRICKLY HEAT, 20 x 16", Acrylic on board with wood.


(Below) RISK, 24 x 18, Acrylic on board.

The ball is delicately balanced on the crossed wires. Will it fall or remain balanced? And, what will be the consequences of falling or staying? What lies below the edge of the picture? Are the pylons so tall that the falling ball will perish? 


(Below) DESERT SUNRISE, 24x18, Acrylic on board.

The first light of a new day strikes the lingering night-time coolness and illuminates the sky. (Some metalic paint; painting is richer than photo.)


(Below)MORNING SUN THROUGH MY BEDROOM WINDO, CIRCA 1961, 24 x 18, Acrylic on board.

In the style of the 1960's, the sun is seen through the window (brown) which is surrounded by a curtain and a shadowed white wall. 


(Below) THE PASSING OF NIGHT INTO DAY, 24 x 10, Acrylic on board.

Dawn breaks and daylight reigns, and darkness follows in its wake.


(Below) THE BEGINNING OF TIME, 24 x 18, Acrylic on board.

The moment of creation.


(Below) STRENGTH, 24 x 36,Acrylic on board with metal inlay.

The black and red resists the orderliness of the metal bars.


(Below) SUNLIT RAIN ,24 x 18, Acrylic on board.

Sunlight through rain on my windshield defracts the colors of objects outside my car.


(Below) CONNECTION, 30 x 24, Acrylic on board.

Recalls the ever-increasing complexity of neuronal connections that give rise to the rich consciousness of everyday experience.


(Below) TOBIAS REVISITED 24 x 22, Enamel on board with metal and wood.


(Below) ADAM'S REMORSE: ORIGIN OF MELANCHOLIA, 17 x 13, mixed media on board.


(Below) FANDANGO, 36 x 24, Acrylic on board.


(Below) REEF, 9 x 18", Acrylic on board.


(Below) END OF TIME, 16 x 25", Acrylic on board.


(Below) RECONFIGURATION, Acrylic on board, 16 x 15", SOLD


(Below) ORB, 24 x 16", Acrylic and paper on board.


(Below) THE GOOD LIFE, 20 x 33", Acrylic on board with brass.


(Below) PROCESSION, 24 x 48, Acrylic on board.
Inspired by a candlelit procession honoring the town's patron saint on a summer evening in Monterosaso, Italy