"Were I called on to define, very briefly, the term Art, I should call it the reproduction of what the Senses perceive in Nature through the veil of the soul." - Edgar Allan Poe

Sunday, June 26, 2022

 Quite a bit going on this Spring but I have finally managed the last few weeks, to complete these three paintings...summer has arrived!

"Summer at Last"

"Oceanside"


"The Farmstead"



Tuesday, October 12, 2021

 It's that time of year and I've been busy with new Autumn paintings:



"Farm Day"

"Covered Bridge"

"Whispers in the Birches"

Saturday, September 18, 2021

 


                   NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2021                      

My BIG news now is my ABC children's book "A Silly animal Alphabet" is published on Amazon.Yep! It's there waiting for you...so go take a look!


It has hilarious animals doing very silly things they wouldn’t normally be doing. The vibrant and colorful animal characters fill the pages from Artsy Aardvark to Zany Zebra, not to mention Grumpy Gorilla and Waltzing Walruses.


PLEASE GO UP ON AMAZON and order a copy.  You can save it as a Christmas gift or birthday gift for that special child in your life, grandchild, niece or nephew. 

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09CRTSTCS?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860             

                

   

                                               ”STORIES in BOOKS  and  ART” 

                                  



                                                   


               

              OCTOBER 1st  5 – 7pm   124 Front Street, Scituate, MA

                                             Gallery hours: Wed-Sunday, Noon – 5pm 

                    Here are some new paintings that are featured in the show.


"Soft Sky Over Well Rock"

 "At Rest”

               "River Birches"

If you can’t make the reception, please stop by the gallery when you’re in Scituate and take a look, we have some wonderful local artists exhibiting there.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020




It’s going to be a busy couple of months with all the spring shows coming up on the calendar.  “City Slickers”, was just accepted in the Duxbury Art Association’s Annual Juried Exhibition held at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury. Opening Reception is on Feb 2nd1-3pm. It’s always a tough show to get into so I’m particularly pleased with this one.

City Slickers
A River Runs Through It
Front Street Gallery has been undergoing renovations and is almost ready for its new look and I can’t wait! The kickoff exhibit “Refresh” will open with a reception, February 7, 6:00pm – 8:30pm.My new acrylic painting “A River Runs Through It” 
will be in the show. If you can’t make the reception, please stop by the gallery when you’re in Scituate and take a look, we have some wonderful local artists  
exhibiting there.

  

Juicy







Also coming up in February is the North River Arts Members Show with their opening reception on Saturday, Feb 8th 2-5pm. My watercolor ”Juicy” will be entered.
                                                        

Clouds Over Norris Reservation
Standing Guard
Between the holidays and working on my children's ABC Book I haven't had too much time to paint. However, here are a few recent paintings I've managed to finish these last few months.

Rain Shower
Stormy

Thursday, August 9, 2018

It's been a busy summer with lots of company which was fun but did limit my painting time.

However, two paintings of mine finished in 2017 were just accepted in the juried Pembroke Arts Festival Show which is coming this weekend to the Pembroke Recreation Center, Pembroke from Friday evening, August 10 at 7:00pm until Sunday afternoon, August 12th at 4:00pm.

It's a fun show with lots to do so I hope you get a chance to stop by and see the artwork of lots of wonderful local artists.  My two accepted paintings are "Peony" and "Nantucket".  Enjoy!!!

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 I was very happy to be included in the Scituate Arts Members Show recently and awarded an Honorable Mention by Juror Kathleen Mullins Mogayzel and especially happy with  her kind words about my painting "Golden Pears" (see below).

"The painter has created a simple but strong painting with old world charm.  The fine handling of the watercolors captures the setting and shapes of the fruit...and oh, that lace!"