Ever wish you could? Certainly in this time of social unrest, and Covid-19 we have all wished to Sail Away. For me, painting is my escape, what is yours?
I love creating a story within a painting. Sometimes I meet a person and know immediately there is a story waiting to be told. This painting was born out of a love for the human story and our time in history. What battle might you be engaged in now? I hope for you to emerge victoriously!
Small town business is the backbone of our community. I am so grateful to meet new people every day who bring heart and color in American business. Thank you Whitney for hosting my artwork this summer for our Ridgefield Art walk!
What is your favorite thing to do after a long, hot summer day? For me, it’s taking a ride to our local ice cream shop to share a cone with my family. This scene is precisely that, families and friends gathered together to create memories!
A symbol of hope, rebirth, and peace.
This painting was inspired by a beautiful book store called “Books on the Common” in Ridgefield, CT. As a child, I loved bookstores, and still to this day enjoy reading as my favorite past time… right after painting!
Inspired by Bailey’s Street Stores, this composition was a comforting puzzle of shapes and color combinations.
This oil painting was inspired by the town center in Ridgefield, CT. I enjoy people watching and capturing the shapes of buildings at twilight.
This painting was inspired by the downtown Green in New Milford Ct. Last year my daughter and I sat watchful at Gallery 25 in town and I took several reference photos that I hoped to someday utilize, well here it is! Like so many New England towns, we have of people with character and terrific nostalgic feel. Ready to frame 23*19″. Available.
This painting of my son enjoying a peaceful moment floating in the Atlantic, I must admit, is one of my favorite pieces I have made so far. It is my boy at his most relaxed, and symbolic of family time- time to treasure. 8*8″.Pastel. Available.