Flowers are one of my favorite subjects, and this gallery displays flower still life images done using oil paint.
Music was my first love, and as a full-time bass player in my twenties, I developed a deep appreciation for women in the music business. Pictured in this gallery are paintings and drawings of some of my favorite musicians.
Why is food such a fantastic still life subject? The colors, textures, shapes and variety are endlessly interesting. The paintings in this gallery are all small-scale watercolor paintings. I love the transparency of watercolor for conveying all the wonderful colors found in these particular arrangements.
This gallery features drawings done with my non-dominant hand. I am fascinated by the difference in perception, process and line quality that results from this process.
Before moving to southern Oregon, I had the enormous privilege of living in Washington, D.C., where I had access to some of the world’s best museums. Haunting these amazing places is where I learned to love art, and is also where I began learning to draw. This gallery contains some of my charcoal drawings done directly from works in the National Gallery.
Figure studies are such a useful tool for anyone learning to paint. This gallery has a variety of studies done from life or from works by my favorite painters.
Watercolor is in many ways the perfect medium for conveying the luminous colors and rich textures of flowers.
This gallery houses a variety of creatures depicted using different mediums.