These are works on paper, many of them unframed, currently in my studio. Often works on paper are an option that is more affordable than oil paintings. Several of my galleries and consultants also have a selection of framed or unframed pastels, most notably Albert Shahinian Fine Art in Rhinebeck, NY; JSO ART Associates in Westport CT, and Megan Peter Fine Art in Redbank, NJ.
Summer Haze, pastel on paper, 12″x18″.
Long Storm Cloud, 8″X28″, framed.
Turquoise Sky/White Cloud, 20″x20″.
Gleam on Turquoise Sky, 6.5″x30″ overall.
Saltmarsh in Greens, 10″X16″.
Reaching Cloud, 5″x18″.
Summer Farm Fields, 6″x12″.
Magic Hour in the Mountains, 8″x10″, framed.
Shore with Greens, 11″x18″, framed.
Soft Greens, 5″x14″.
Gleam on Grey Sea, 14″x14″.
Triptych in Red/Black, 3 panels of 7″x13″.
Red Sandbar, 19″x26″.
River Lighthouse, 14″x21″.
Rusty Crane, 14″x21″.
Red Sun, 11″X18″.
“Gleam over Tuckernuck”, 7″x11″.
Mountain Fall, 6″x16″.
Mountain Trio, 6.5×13.5.
Moody Mountain Sky, 12″X13″.
Bright Fields, 22″x30″.
Warm Light, 9″X20″.
Mists over Fields, 5″x8.5″.
Green Hills, 15″X18″.
4 Trees, pastel on paper, 13″x21″.
Oil on paper:
Horizontal Wave, 5″x12″.
Skyline with Lifting Rain, 6″x6″.
Dusk Palms, 5″x5″.
Study/Green Fields, 5″x13″.
Study/View from Little Mountain, 6.5″x8″.
Study/Red Fields, 5″x10″.
Study/Headlights, oil on primed paper, 5″x9″.
Study/Green Valley, 6″x8″.
Mixed Media/Collage (Of paper and other things, on board):
Atlas/Cape Cod, 15″x30″
Hudson Canyon Collage, 12″x12″.
Mixed Media/Vintage Box, 4 panels of 3.5″x2.5″.
Riverbed Map #1, 6″x12″, $125.
Riverbed Map #3, 6″x12″, $125.
Rverbed Map #2, linocut print on rice paper, 6″x12″, $125.
Four Nantucket Maps.
Nantucket Map #2, 12.5″x18″, hand-colored, $400.
M/White Wedge, 10″x8″, 2018.
M/White Wedge #3, 10″x8″, 2018.
White Wedge #3, 10″x8″, 2018.
The View from There, 10″x16″, 2018, $1,400 unframed.
The View from There #2, 10″x16″, 2018, $1,400 unframed.
M/Wave #6, 8″x10″, 2018.
M/Dark Road, monotype and pastel, 2016.
Sunset prints as they came out, the AAN, 2017.
Sunset Contours #2, 8″x10″, 2017.
M/Mountain Travel, 2016.
M/Waterspouts with Walking Rain, 8″x10″, 2016.
MCreeks #3, 10″X8″, 2017.
M/Creeks#4, 10″x8″, 2017.
M/Mountain Stream, 2016.
M/Marsh with House, 8″x10″, 2017.
M/Green Valley, 8″x10″, 2018.
M/Wave, 8″x10″, 2016.
Color Field in Blue/Green, 16″x10″, 2018
M/FallMarsh1, 8″x10″, 2017.
M/FallMarsh3, 8″x10″, 2017.
Fall Grasses with Fogbank, 8″x10″, 2018.
The sea has been written about extensively and beautifully, so I will content myself with writing about the seascapes.
- I just had to take the vertical multiple-panel format to an extreme!
One of my more romantic interpretations, about the moment --the calmest water reflecting a fabulously lit cloudbank.
- Utter simplicity, sea and sky. The divided frame creates rhythm, one of the big reasons to explore multiple-panel imagery.
"Serene Sea/Quirky Cloud", a very minimalist piece, with two kinds of clouds in the sky.
- A large piece, 20″X60″, and about as bright as I go. The deep reds and almost black of the water on the left provide weight, creating a kind of anchor.
"Exuberant Wave", each panel 30"X24", one of my favorite pieces ever. The divided frame reminds that it is a painting, allowing the viewer to be both in the moment of the wave and in the abstraction of the piece.
- A sunset T-storm seen from Menemsha on Martha’s Vineyard.
- The sun reflected on water is an image that so pulls on the heartstrings that it took me years to even approach it. Now I am finding ways to make it my own, one of them being the divided frame that gives weight to the image.
Phase one of that thunderstormy day on the Vineyard--we watched this one blow in from the second floor porch of our room facing Nantucket Sound.