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!
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.
This painting was inspired by a tour of Paris, which is by far, my favorite city in the world. I hope to return someday soon! Pastel on La Carte paper. Framed. Available.