Combining owls and the South West

What could possibly be better? Watercolor and ink. 11 x 17″.


Manhattan Map detail

Manhattan- a theme park for adults. Detail showing the circus elephants arriving by night. This annual elephant parade which only ended in March ’13 marked the visit of the circus to Manhattan. Acrylic on wood panel. 24 x 24″. Now on show at The First Bank of Greenwich.


More Mapping

Finishing up a “Guide to Manhattan” map. So much fun to make and create. Acrylic on wood panel, 24 x 24″. The very last piece for my show “Down East by South West”. Does not really fit the theme except that it is a map!


Map making

Have just finished a map of Northern New Mexico. Part of my “”Down East by South West” show. Acrylic on wood panel. This detail shows the map’s legend


Yellow Sky

Acrylic on wood panel. 16 x 16


Almost enough for a “Parliament of Owls”

Almost enough for a “Parliament of Owls”. Recycled book pages from an old French dictionary. Set of 4, sold.


Getting ready for the annual student show

Closely observed 6 – the 6th annual student show will open on Monday, November 11th. There will be an artists’ reception on Sunday, November 16th, from 2 to 4pm. All are invited. The invitation image is a beautiful autumnal collage created by my students


Wish I were back in the South West

Working on a series of landscapes- “North East by South West”. Cathedral Rocks, New Mexico. Limited palette but lots of color. Acrylic on wood panel. 16 x 16″.


Continuing Maine series

Exploring Maine memories – the trip to the lake, the tiny islands and always the light Acrylic on wood panel, 16 x 16″


Celebrating Fall with a fall festival

So last weekend saw me wrestling with a large papier-mâché scarecrow, getting ready for the annual scarecrow making competition at the Bush Holley House in Cos Cob. Sunday was a glorious day but my scarecrow did not do a very good job of keeping the birds away.