I take NO credit for this. (Refrigerator art comes a long way)

I wish I COULD say I had something to do with this. Instead, this beautiful design on my refrigerator is the artistic handiwork of our 8-year-old son. I wish I were the kind of mom that said “Hey… let’s get out those new magnets and make something cool together.” I didn’t do or say anything […]

12 paintings for 2012 = 12 months of color

2012 Print Calendars are ready to order! This vibrant 12-month wall calendar measures 16-3/4″ x 10-7/8″ when open. Each month features one of my new paintings from 2011. They are $18 each with free shipping. Orders are due on Tuesday, November 29th. Click here to order from my website. Here are the images for each […]

Eat Local Fish.

“Gilligan’s” is the ninth painting in my series of ten snapshot paintings from Charleston, SC. The photo that inspired this painting was taken at dusk as we walked the city looking for a place to eat. Now that I’m intimately aware of every last detail of this restaurant, I’m definitely inspired to EAT LOCAL SEAFOOD. […]

18 work days in Charleston; 30 calendar days in June

7 Days down, 11 more to go… This month’s calendar features a scene from Charleston, SC which is the place I am currently staying until the Piccolo Spoletto Festival is finished. I’ve got my tent set up in Marion Square until June 11th at 6pm. If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by […]

Only 6 more days (until 16 days in my tent)

This time next week I’ll be finishing up the first of sixteen days as an artist in the Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Art Exhibit. Only seven more days until I’ll be living right in the heart of what you’ve been seeing in all these new Charleston paintings I’ve been working on this spring. Only four more […]

An oldie but a goodie…

A new calendar for a new month! This landscape, which is called “Indiana Sunrise,” is one of the very first pieces I ever painted back in 2002. I took the photo I used to inspire this painting during the month of May, so this month’s calendar image was chosen for all my friends and collectors […]

The Old Exchange Building

Here’s painting #4 in my new series of streetscapes from Charleston, SC. To read the story behind the painting or to see the others in this series, check out my website. For some history on this historic building, click here. Below is a short video showing the painting in progress from start to finish.

What I love about Charleston…

Here’s the third painting in my series of streetscapes from Charleston, SC. Click here to read the inspiration behind this painting. Click here to watch a short clip showing the painting from start to finish.