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Apples and Oranges, pastel still lifes

I like to get the most out of my fruits and vegetables—like using them for still life sketches and paintings, and then enjoying them for a snack. I never set up a still life intentionally, it’s always when I see something that’s already in place, those random moments like the sun hitting the Clementines, or […]


"A Bend in the Road"

The original of this painting was a pastel, 14″ x 22″ in soft pastel on 2-ply acid-free natural illustration board. The original is sold but I offer a full size giclee print framed in a custom plain matte black moulding with a 4″ acid-free white mat, a simple and complimentary combination for my larger paintings […]



I submitted three paintings and learned that I’d won an award in the South Hills Art League annual juried show in October. Above, “Snowfall”, which I’d shown in my exhibit “Sun Shadow Ice & Snow: Seasons of the Panhandle Trail”, won in the second highest award category, “Award of Excellence”. Of the three pieces I […]