Acrylic Painting 4.5×6.5″ panel, framed This is the earliest of the acorn paintings that I did a few years ago. You don’t see it in this photo but the edges of the painting are beveled and I designed the frame so that the painting panel “floats” off the back panel. Please email me if you… Read more »
Oil Painting 6×6″ Since I’ve been focused on acorns lately, I thought I’d show you an earlier painting. I try to see each object or scene as if for the first time, without a formula or rule. Some of you may wonder about the discipline involved in these daily paintings and silverpoint drawings – and… Read more »
Oil Painting 5×7″ panel, framed If you’re an acorn lover you might want to see this subject as a silverpoint drawing too – check out my October 30th “Acorn” post. SOLD
Acrylic Painting 3×3″ bevel-edge panel The quail’s egg is a curious world to the explorer, the clear sphere. In my series of work called Meditations the sphere that keeps showing up is really me taking in my surroundings. This painting is SOLD. Please email me if you are interested in a new one.
Oil Painting 5×7″ panel Late afternoon in Ferndale, upper Bucks County – a babbling brook and shades of lavender everywhere. This painting is framed – included in the price.
Oil Painting 5×7″ canvas mounted on panel I love a field of hay bales! That’s Bowman’s Hill Tower in the distance, part of Washington Crossing State Park, PA. SOLD
Acrylic Painting 6×6″ panel It had to happen sometime! Glass sphere meets gang of cotton balls. The finished beveled edges of this painting make it ready for a table-top easel or frame. Please email me if you are interested in this painting.
Oil Painting 5×7″ panel “The Gazebo” is on the banks of the Delaware River at Washington Crossing Park in Pennsylvania. This landscape is included in the current show: Images of the Mills at Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ; the exhibition also includes views of the Delaware River and historic buildings in the area. For more… Read more »
Oil Painting 6×6″ bevel-edge panel I love the sculptural quality of this simple plumb-bob. According to wikipedia the word “plumb” comes from the Latin plumbum (lead) which is what many tools were made of early on. Please email me if you are interested in this painting.
Oil Painting 5×7″ panel Please contact me if you are interested in this painting.