Sunday, September 24, 2006



For those of you not familiar with my larger, more abstract work, I want to share some examples newly back from the photographer and not yet up on my website. "Never Going Home" was one of the first in this body of work, completed last year while I took a month sabbatical from my home life and rented a place by myself in Brooklyn. This began a whole new way of working, inspired by the layers and textures of the city surrounding me. For now, I will post paintings on Sundays, until I get up to speed in my teaching job and have a bit more time.

Sunday, September 17, 2006



Peach was completed September 9, 2006. It is oil color on 8" x 10" hand-stretched canvas.
I recently began teaching again, and need to re-balance my time between school, studio and computer, as well as family, home and rental properties! I can do this...

Wednesday, September 06, 2006


Red Apple was created on September 1, 2006. It is oil color on 8 x 10 hand-stretched canvas. It is painted primarily with a pallette knife and has a thick impasto texture, with just a bit of glazing on the surface.

Monday, September 04, 2006


Fig was painted August 22, 2006. The swirly texture is made with a rubber tipped painting tool, and glazed over when the paint dried. It is oil on canvas, and a bit larger than the others, at 9 x 12.

Saturday, September 02, 2006


This Pear, 8 x 10, was created on August 23, 2006. Oil color on hand stretched canvas, it is painted primarily with a pallette knife. It is available for sale, and will be posted on Ebay shortly.