Work on this painting spanned 10 years, from 1997 to 2007. During that time my subject and technique shifted a good bit, so this painting is special because it manages to sum up some … “Omen”
One of two paintings commissioned for P&O’s ship Arvia, this sweep of white, gold and blue handprinted circles features hand-mixed acrylic paint and 23 karat gold leaf accents.
Shroud lines was the second of … “Stay lines”
This custom commission was painted for installation onboard P&O’s ship Arvia.
This painting and it’s partner, Stay lines, were inspired by the dazzling sweeps of light that appear when the sun is low over … “Shroud lines”
An abstract vertical landscape with an inner glow, this painting has a Steady presence.
Sometimes a painting is like a reminder– a postcard from a beautiful state of mind.
This painting uses a subtle green iridescent color that I find mysterious. I don’t really have words for the way it resonates within the rich blue background of this painting. But I do find … “Nightshade”
The intense blue featured in this small square painting is a hand-mixed matt acrylic ultramarine blue. The close light to dark relationship of this very saturated blue and the near black that make up … “New Moon”
A painting about light on the water (one of my favorite things. Also something about time in this one, at least for me.
I used iridescent paint on the highlights, which is difficult to … “Narrows”
This painting started mid-pandemic. At the start I was thinking about the forest at the beginning of Dante’s inferno. But something lighter occupied the painting by the time I was done, months later. The … “Wood”
My title for this painting, Half-fathom, is a reference to Jackson Pollocks vertical canvas Full fathom five at MoMA. Pollock’s title comes from a passage in Shakespeare’s The Tempest, where the character Ariel describes … “Half-fathom”