Posts Tagged: marble

“Inside the Labyrinth”

“Inside the Labyrinth” 9.5 x 9.5″ original painting acrylic on panel Wishing everyone a joy-filled and radiant New Year, New Day, New Path…

“Bamboo and Sphere”

Silverpoint Drawing 6×9″ gray-green prepared paper Silverpoint is a drawing made with a silver stylus on a prepared surface. The metallic lines gradually tarnish to a sepia tone over time. This drawing medium was commonly used in the Renaissance era in Italy, Germany and the Netherlands. I’ve been using silverpoint since the mid-1980s when a… Read more »


Oil Painting 6×9″ beveled panel I started doing paintings of glass spheres and beach stones in the mid-’90s and haven’t stopped. I still find these elements completely absorbing and elusive, paying close attention to which objects to use and how to arrange them. One painting leads to the next and to the next in a… Read more »


Oil Painting 3.75×3.75″ beveled panel Reflected inside the glass is the beach stone. This small painting is actually another version of a larger work – “Moonlit” – from a few posts ago. Email me for purchase of this painting with custom-made floating frame. SOLD


Acrylic Painting 3×5″ panel Here’s another version of the previous post “Out” – this was done a few years back. This painting is no longer available. But, as you may know from viewing my posts on The Art Fly this painting is a small part of a larger series called Meditations. By the way, that… Read more »


Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ gray-blue prepared paper Before the graphite pencil there was silverpoint: a silver stylus is used to draw on a specially coated surface. This drawing medium was used extensively during the Renaissance era, though some of the earliest drawings date to the 12th century. With time the silver lines tarnish to a metallic… Read more »


Silverpoint Drawing 4.5×9″ green/blue prepared paper “Born” was drawn with a silver stylus (silverpoint) on fine paper that I prepared with a green/blue tone heightened with white charcoal. This drawing medium pre-dates the pencil, and was used extensively during the Renaissance era; earliest silverpoints date to the 12th century. For those who crave tonal drawings… Read more »

“Round and Around”

Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ green-gray prepared paper This drawing is created with a silver stylus on a specially coated surface – a Renaissance-era medium known as silverpoint. I prepared the paper with a green-gray tone and added white charcoal highlights. Silverpoint will tarnish to a metallic sepia tone over time. To learn more about it, and… Read more »

“Three Eggs”

Acrylic and graphite 7×5″ bevel-edge panel Painting just hatched! Yes, there’s a bubble in that glass – but I see something else… Please email me if you are interested in this piece.

“Stripes and Sphere”

Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ lavender-gray prepared paper A gem of a beach stone! I discovered this beauty in Block Island, RI and it is one of the many individuals that will make future appearances in the paintings and silverpoints on this blog. Please email me if you are interested in this silverpoint.