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portrait of a nightclub guitar (II), canvas, 18 x 24, Aug. 2020
Reading Words of Wisdom III, 24 x 30, canvas, 2013. This is the 3rd of 4 in this series - each a little different, and each one a lot of fun to paint. NFS
The empty nesters, 24 x 24, canvas, 2016
My paintings would never be mistaken for photographs. That is by design. So what if my figures are not always anatomically correct? So what if they are sometimes blue instead of a more realistic color? I paint the way I want to.
the guitar lover, canvas, 18 x 30, 2017, NFS.
what I cannot see, 18 x 24, canvas, Oct. 2018. Collection of K. S.
at the Circle Theatre, 24 x 24, plywood, 2015
Saint What's-His-Name, 16 x 20, canvas, Nov. 2019. On view in early October 2020 at Seacoast Artist Gallery in Myrtle Beach.
as she really is, 24 x 24, wood, June 2020. NFS
from a medieval bas relief, 16 x 20, canvas, July 2020
Clarity amidst the Chaos, canvas, 18 x 24, July 2020
portrait of a nightclub guitar (I), 18 x 24, canvas, Aug 2020. In the collection of A.W.
detail: nightclub guitar
Water into wine, 10 x 13, canvas, 2006. This is now in the collection of Mr. & Mrs. C. M.
Reading Words of Wisdom IV, 24 x 30, canvas, 2013. This is the 4th of 4 pictures on this same theme, each done right after the other. It was a lot of fun to explore this scene so thoroughly. NFS
Madonna and child, 24 x 24, canvas, 2015. In the collection of the Shelton family.
A mother reading to her child, 24 x 30, canvas, 2016, in collection of L. B.
Utitha Hasta Padagustasana, wood, 24 x 24, 2016, collection of L.B.
detail from Expulsion from the Garden, 24 x 30, canvas, 2009, no longer extant.
the old painter, 24 x 30, canvas, 2019
green woman on red, canvas, 18 x 30,Sept. 2019, NFS.
I don't know what to call it, 18 x 24, canvas, Jan. 2020. Collection of M. S.
three women, 18 x 24, canvas, Feb. 2020, collection of A.L.
a baby and its guardian angel, 18 x 24, wood, May 2020
portrait of a nightclub guitar (III), 18 x 24, canvas, Aug. 2020. On view in early October 2020 at Seacoast Artist Gallery in Myrtle Beach.