OILS

The painting at once must appear very complicated and very simple. As a work progresses, unplanned for patterns emerge – light, movement, stroke, color, humor, line, softness, shadow, weather, focus, shape, temperature, electricity, brightness of sparkle, energy, attitude, and so on, and on. My job is to retain and circulate continued interest on many fronts, to discover and balance patterns, to keep the viewer thinking and wanting more.

The Saxophone Player Plays to the Firmament
whereami
life_tricky
Harbor4
fool
dancer
dreamer
Backyard
FlyingHome.20x35

The Saxophone Player Plays to the Firmament
5'1"h x 5'1"w © 2012
oil on canvas

Where Am I Going? What Am I Doing?
4'4"h x 3'8"w © 2012
oil on canvas

Life is Tricky
2'1"h x 1'8"w © 2012
oil on canvas

The Harbor
2'5.5"h x 3'3.5"w © 2011
oil on canvas

The Fool
22"h x 24"w © 2011
oil on canvas

The Dancer
22"h x 22"w © 2011
oil on canvas

The DREAMer
17"h x 21"w © 2014
oil on masonite

Backyard
20"h x 24"w © 2012
oil on canvas

Flying Home
23.5″h x 35.5″w © 2011
oil on canvas

The Saxophone Player Plays to the Firmament thumbnail
whereami thumbnail
life_tricky thumbnail
Harbor4 thumbnail
fool thumbnail
dancer thumbnail
dreamer thumbnail
Backyard thumbnail
FlyingHome.20x35 thumbnail