Welcome to my art. You can learn more about me and my art, contact me, see my resume of exhibits and professional affiliations, view my currently available work organized into four categories as well as sold work, and find places where you can see my work. Enjoy!
Cape of Many Colors was selected by the juror for the Cape Cod Museum of Art's
All the World's a Stage exhibit,
up from May 11 to July 24, with a reception
on May 20 from 4 to 7. To learn more about how I make monotypes, the "painterly prints", visit my "Outer Cape Monotypes" page
on this website.
River Marsh, painted onsite in Truro, is Lot #17 in the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod's online art auction. Part of Prelude to Summer, the auction benefits the AFCC mission of supporting, promoting, and celebrating the arts and culture of Cape Cod. Bidding runs from May 27 to June 10, but you can view the works in advance at https://www.bidsquare.com/auctions/arts-foundation-of-cape-cod/prelude-to-summer-online-auction-9223
Ocean Bluff is one of two white line woodcuts of mine that are part of Sailing into Summer, a group show of the Outer Cape White Line Printmakers. Opening Sunday May 1, 2-4 at the Truro Council on Aging, and up throughout May.
Newcomb Hollow is at The Works Gallery in Wellfleet, along with a number of my other Outer Cape oils and monotypes.
Up through November 14 at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) is a joint exhibit with the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. My oil Wampanoag Woman was selected by the juror for this exhibit.
Fiscus Glassworks opened a new shop at 1314 King St. In Old Town Alexandria, my home for 14 years. A custom maker of stained glass, the shop is showing the work of a few local artists. My oil Vase of Flowers is one of my two pieces included for sale.