Our art is a symbol of what we have conquered.
“Self-portrait, shield maiden”, oil on panel, 8″x8″, private collection, Ottawa, Ontario.
“Suburban Aegean”, oil on panel, 48″x72″, private collection.
My solo exhibition “What Dreams May Come” is only a few weeks away from opening. I hope to see you at the opening on September 9th! I will be giving an artist talk on the 24th as well at 3pm at the gallery.
“Where you lay waiting’, oil on canvas, 24″x36”, sold, private collection.
“Let go of that which doesn’t serve you”, oil on linen, 11″x14″, sold, private collection.
A portrait of love and catharsis. “Studio Door’, oil on panel, 10″x8”, sold, private collection.
A portrait of my father’s beloved journal of quotations. It was a cherished possession of his and now it is a cherished possession of mine. RIP.
My favourite book of Lucian Freud paintings, with a favourite knife of my grandfather’s on top…a push dagger with a handle made of extinct mastodon ivory…
“Freud with push dagger”, oil on panel, 8″x8″
I’ve painted this house, and Gayle within it, so many times over the years. It’s a history of our friendship…
“And in this moment, like a swift intake of breath, the rain came.”~Truman Capote, “Other Voices, Other Rooms”
A portrait of a dear friend in her history home…Gayle is a muse and inspiration. “The Homesteader”, oil on panel, 72″x48″, sold, private collection.