Streetlight Before Dawn
30X20 oil 2009
Streetlights, snow & dawn-one of few pictures painted from a photo. I captured the light of a March dawn in a silent snowfall. I worked on this late at night for over a month in my studio. It won a First Premium Ribbon at the Erie County Fair.
Winter at Kelly's Country Store
I sat on the back deck of my car, bundled against the cold on a sunny day. As much as I enjoyed the challenge of this painting, I particularly liked it when Carl delivered hot coffee.
Spring's Winter in Buckhorn
This pastel spent years in the Albright Knox Art Gallery, in the member's exhibit gallery.
It is the view North from fisherman's dock at Buckhorn Island.
Dalai Lama Day
The Dalai Lama spoke in the UB stadium while I listened & painted the former garden center at the corner of Long Road & Grand Island Boulevard.
Moonshadows from the Studio
Full moonlight & a single star illuminated the view from my studio Spring 2008.
I painted in the dark, with the door open a few inches to let a bit of light onto the easel.
Late Winter snow & sunlight give promise to Spring.
This tree was planted when Leah was born, she's graduated college now and the tree continues to grow.
Untitled (Fall trees behind the Pool)
The back yard view, from my patio. This view is constantly changing, a testament to nature and its beauty.
Behind the Pool
Day before the 'October Surprise'
The day after the October Surprise snow/ice storm this lawn was covered with broken branches.
Buckhorn Meadow in the Fall
No eagles or hawks on this day, but lots of other birds to listen to here. The 'Biggest Tree' is across the meadow and visible from the Thruway.
From my house to Stony Point, the view was painted without mailboxes or power lines.
A Buffalo Bills football game was on, so there was little traffic to distract painting.
Buffalo Niagara Artist Association Achievement Award winner.
This brilliant forsythia is a great subject every Spring.
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