Category: Paintings

  • Standing Still: An Oak of Van Cortlandt Park

    Standing Still: An Oak of Van Cortlandt Park

    As the day wanes into a soft dusk, the oak tree in Van Cortlandt Park becomes not just a part of the landscape but a storyteller of the earth’s silent sonatas. This small 6×6 oil painting is my attempt to capture that narrative, to hold onto a moment of natural simplicity amidst the city’s ceaseless…

  • Bid on this painting (sold!)

    Bid on this painting (sold!)

    I was pleased to donate this piece to the 37th Annual Dorsey Holiday Art auction, benefiting the children of NYC. Dorsey Art Gallery 553 Rogers Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. 11225 Silent Auction – Gallery HoursSaturday, November 27, 2021 2pm to 5pmSunday, November 28, 202 2pm to 5pmThursday, December 2, 2021 2pm to 5pmFriday, December 3, 2021…

  • Totnes Bridge

    A painting of the Bridge in Totnes while the river gently floods. This painting is currently hanging at the Fat Lemon Cafe in Totnes. 2 foot square.

  • The Audio for the Landscape Resounds Paintings

    The Audio for the Landscape Resounds Paintings

    Including the sound with the paintings was new for me. If landscape painting traditionally places the ‘subject’ as the audience or the painter, I think the sounds helped to create ‘subjects’ in the paintings… “Resounding Landscapes” Click the images to enlarge. The audio for each painting is directly below. Swallowfields [audio:] Make-shift Shelter [singlepic id=83…

  • The Sitting Cows

    The Sitting Cows

    This oil painting on canvas measures 2′ x 2′ When I first arrived in Dartington, I was told that the cows sit down when it is going to rain. I was unable to directly prove this during my time here, but it seems possible. It brings up interesting questions about the sensory perception of animals.…