Work during Covid-19 pandemic.

It’s been a while since posting here – . Painting has never stopped but after completing my “So Sad” (Trump) painting, I have been afraid to look too far ahead in what I see (and paint). Covid-19 has made me aware of the importance of showing here what I’ve been thinking – even if it’s only the pretty watercolor flowers that give me pleasure as they multiply. Covid time is singularly alone-time.
Even refreshing tubes of paint is curb-side pickup or on-line provides little people contact. My work shown here is small – I’ll get back to larger canvases eventually.

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Welcome to my notes on painting. As I work on ideas, I may post images in process or thoughts on museums I have visited.

This web site includes (mostly) paintings created since my move to Vermont in 2000. Before then, I had a studio at the former Waltham Watch Factory in Waltham, MA for 11 years. While there, I produced ceramics, (hand-built and slip-cast), papier mache furniture, monotypes (single image prints) that may show up on this blog from time to time.

From the paintings now on line, I can replicate most in a smaller size, put an image on cups or stationery. Just ask.

For those not used to visiting an art web site, click on the upper right circle to enlarge the painting - and click again to shrink.

Look for my trading cards coming to this space, soon!

Recent Paintings

Mama Corona
Corona Party Goer
Not Socially Distancing


BCA Center
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
New Art Center of Newton
Shelburne Museum