Most of my art is here. What links my various subjects? My love of color and contrast. Nostalgia, things in rows, an exciting composition. Click on any image for more info, and go to my Contact page for any questions. Thanks for having a look.
Showy centerpiece in this tiny town on the California coast. Oil on linen panel 15 x 18" with frame $475
Old, dusty Dodge in an old garage near Placerville,CA Oil on gallery wrap canvas 5 x 5" $80
Painted on site on a very windy morning in Half Moon Bay, CA. I worked on it quite a bit in the studio after. Oil on linen panel 12 x 16" (18 x 22 w frame) $450
It fit into the old fashioned, nostalgic vibe of Petaluma, CA Oil on gallery wrap canvas 18 x 24" $850
Painted at the Baylands in Palo Alto CA. High tide meant the slough was full of water. At low tide it turns to mud and the shorebirds move in for lunch. Santa Cruz Mountains in the distance. Oil on linen panel 12 x 16" (18 x 22 w frame) $350
King of the parking lot. Futuristic and retro at the same time. Everything else seemed to fade in its presence. Oil on gallery wrap canvas 24 x 30 in $950
Lit up in a colorful row inside the Gas Pump museum in Embudo, NM. Oil on linen panel 8x10" ( w frame 12 x 14) $175
This quirky, dilapidated building survives from when stagecoaches made their way up and down the coast of Northern California. Oil on linen panel 9 x 12 " plus 2 " frame $350
Oil on canvas. 11 x 14" framed. $350 A standout on this quiet, tree-lined street.
Looking out the window from an apartment in the Marina District of San Francisco. I loved the lights, darks and geometric shapes. Oil on canvas 18 x 24 " + 3 in. frame $800
FIRST PRIZE WINNER Fine Arts Galeria, San Mateo Fair 2021. From a photo I took in Sausalito CA. I was drawn to the 3 primary colors: yellow, blue and red. The blue itself was sumptuous. I love the contrasts of bright light to deepest dark in the view. It's a little lonely and nostalgic... I like that. Yet it exemplifies the infinite patience of the little yellow boat, waiting to transport someone. Oil on gallery wrap canvas. 22 x 28 inches $875
Oil on gallery wrap canvas. 20 x 20" $800 Bright early sun on the beach; mist across the lake.
Oil on canvas panel. 9x12"+ frame. $200 I went wild and free on this foray into abstraction.
SOLD Oil on canvas. 15 x 19" Framed. Based on a grounded fishing boat in Cayucos, CA. Colors are pumped up by the brilliant morning light.
Oil on Gallery wrap canvas. 6x6" $70 Driving in Southern CA I told my friend to pull over so I could snap a photo of this abandoned theater? diner? Loved the colors and details of this classic building.
Farm stand near Union Square, NYC Oil on panel 5x7" NFS
SOLD Tranquil sailboats with reflections that grabbed me. Pt Townsend is a lovely historic town in WA Oil on gallery wrap canvas 12 x 16 in $350
SOLD Oil on canvas 18 x 24 " $875 Colorful sentries guarding a youth hostel
Oil on canvas 18 x 24 in. plus 2.5 inch gold frame Newly paved stretch of road in the Stanford hills with orange sky. Eerie, lonely, beautiful. $875
SOLD Colorful lineup at the Savage Grace Winery in Woodinville, WA Oil on panel 11 x 14 " $295
Oil on linen panel 8 x 10 plus frame $195 Westphalia in my neighborhood, decked out for the holidays.
Smaller version of this mighty little wreck near Petaluma CA. Oil on masonite panel 5 x 7 inches. Framed. $70
SOLD Redbud tree near the harbor. Plein air Oil on linen panel 9 x 12 inches. Framed. $200
Oil on canvasboard, framed. 9x12 in. plus frame $200 The foggy day made a mysterious subject and the flowery bushes added brightness. Love the Monterey pines.
Palo Alto foothills. oil on canvasboard 5x7" $70
Near the bay in Palo Alto oil on canvasboard-framed 11 x 14" $350
Oil on canvasboard, framed. 11x14 inch + frame $200 We were painting in the nursery and I was drawn to these stacked, shiny pots on the planting table.