The first painting in a series of underwater acquarium fantasies, the plant
shapes are rice papers stained with watercolor and metallic acrylic inks.
Size 25" x 40"
|"Guardians of the Rocks"
I had never entered a competitive art show
when I entered this acrylic into a
Valley Artists Guild Gold Medal Show. It won
"Best of Show" and a cash award.
Aways a walker of back streets, I saw
this unusual sight just outside of the
busy tourist streets of Silverton,
Colorado. Painted this on a gessoed
Masonite panel, experimenting at the
time with a black underpainting, egg
and acrylic on top.
A stoic Navajo surveying his field. I
felt that the background of his
ancestor's petroglyphs fit the scene
|"Looking at the Past"
The figure was given to me by an artist friend whose
ancestor was with Adam Clark Vroman when he traveled
the Apache country photographing the natives. I have
made use of him in several paintings.
|A Gift to a friend who lost
everything in a fire.
The bucket is a staple of many of my
paintings. This scene from a trip through
Arizona. Sold to a man who liked the
telephone poles in the distance!
While camped outside Calico the dog and I walked
the town before anyone else was there. A
legitimate ghost town now a tourist attraction.
Love that pictograph figure. A favorite