Favorites from the Archives
I’ve produced quite a few pieces over the last 2 decades…..these are some of my favorites. I’ll be adding new pieces to this page from time to time as I get my portfolio converted from slide to digital.
Prints are available of many of these barring the sculpture, of course!
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I often work in series either content wise or stylistically. The Northshore series has been 2 years in the making and is more observational and decorative than is usual for my paintings. I live in a phenomenally beautiful area of the world and wanted to share the sense of calm and wonder that I feel just seeing.
Detail has always been a hallmark of my work, even when I’m being more abstracted. My graphite pieces tend to the hyper realistic for the most part…except when they’re not
I started playing around with wax pastels in the mid-90’s. Since then they’ve become a mainstay of my work. Gotta love grownup crayons!
In the mid 90’s I was really into a more expressionistic approach…this piece reflects that.
In 2000 I created a series of Masks based on world mythology.
This is one of my favorites. Hel is such a complex concept.