Early on the Road
   image 11 x 14
Yes? No? Maybe?
    image 7 x 10
    Last Light
image 11 x 14
Image 11 x 14
There's Hope
image 11 x 14
       Sea Lace
   image 20 x 28
Silver Morning
image 11 x 15
Southward  Bound
   image 11 x 14
Chocorua Sunset
  image 11 x 14
       * award*
image 14 x 21
High Tide on the Marsh
       image 10 x 14
     Still Water
   image 12 x 8
Almost There
image 20 x 26
Bradford Bridge
 image 29 x 21
(Maybe) Forever
   image 14 x 11
        - sold -
  March Thaw
image 10 x 14
    -*award *
Haycock in March
   image 10 x 14
 Cripple Cove
image 29 x 21
Deep Snow
image 12 x 14
   Coming Storm
    image 11 x 14
Landscapes are the subject of choice. Among my favorite locations for sketching and painting are the Merrimack Valley, the North Shore, and the Atlantic seacoast. Painting favorite places enables me to see them anew. I like to record my travels in watercolor as well. I enjoy working en plein air whenever possible. 
In the words of Keiko Tanabe: What often triggers me to paint is not really the subject itself; it’s an interesting pattern of light and dark, a subtle contrast, a reflection. I strive to capture a sense of time and place. Especially when I’m on location, I feel the place in all of my senses. I feel connected, as if I’m part of the scene. I don’t think I choose a subject; rather, it chooses me. I just have to be paying attention when it does. I think my painting is a mere response to that.


Still Lifes et al



   The sun will not rise, or set, without my notice, and thanks.   [Winslow Homer]