16x24, oil on canvas, 2019
Winter Meets Spring at Marsh's Edge
16x20, Acrylic on canvas, 2015
Lone Tree, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
9x12, watercolor on Arches cold press, 2016. This was a scene I drank in (and photographed), on a hike in Grand Teton National Park. I can still hear the silence, and see the sparse, determined alpine wildflowers, dancing and bobbing in the breezes.
9x12, Acrylic on canvas, 2014. I painted this for my mother. It is one of my paintings done from imagination rather than real life. For this one, I thought of my mother, the colors that she loves, and this painting unfurled from the end of my brush.
20x20, oil on canvas, 2018
Waiting for Winter, East Rock Woods
30x30, acrylic on canvas, 2016
Appalachian Back Road
16x20, acrylic on canvas 2014 I painted this from a photograph taken on a road trip with my son Max during spring break in 2013. We drove from New Haven to West Virginia and southwards, dipping our toes into North Carolina briefly before heading homeward along the Eastern Seaboard. We avoided the interstates in favor of backroads – this gravel road wound along a ridge in the Appalachian Mountains of western Pennsylvania, heading south and west. It was beautiful, empty, and wild.