Monthly Archives:: March 2009


Oil Painting 5×7″ panel Flowers, colors, fragrance….Spring time! Do you have photos of a favorite scene that you’d like me to paint? The painting I create from your reference photos would be an impression of the scene – similar to the other landscape paintings on my blog. Email me and we’ll talk! Please contact me… Read more »


Silverpoint Drawing 10×8″ ocher prepared paper The Bucks County newspapers have recently published an interview I gave about silverpoint, a drawing medium which pre-dates the graphite pencil. It appeared in these locals: New Hope Life, Yardley Voice, Doylestown Observer, and a few others. Please see Times Publishing Newspapers, Inc. for the full article. This portrait… Read more »

“Gazebo Along the Delaware”

Oil Painting 5×7″ panel I love this little spot along the Delaware River at Washington Crossing, PA; that’s New Jersey across the way. To see another painting of this subject go all the way back to my blog post of November 5, 2008. The panel has finished beveled edges. The buyer will receive a tabletop… Read more »


Silverpoint Drawing 6.5×6.5″ lavender prepared paper “Bunny” is drawn in silverpoint: a drawing medium that was used extensively during the Renaissance era – though some of the earliest drawings date to the 12th century. A stylus of silver metal, inserted in a holder, is used on a specially coated surface. I prepared the paper with… Read more »

“Morning Fog”

Oil Painting 5×7″ panel There are woods in the back of our house but this morning the fog was so thick only the nearest ones could be seen when I first looked out. Within 45 minutes or so the fog had lifted. This painting is SOLD. I may have similar paintings available, so please email… Read more »