• Aurora Borealis

    This is an abstract layersed mixed media painting inspired by the silouttes of tall evergreens against a night sky ablaze with the green and gold light form the Aurora Borealis.

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  • Celestial Storm

    Layers of mixed media paints were applied and allowed to react with one another.  In this particular painting the effect it produced resembled a celestial storm.

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  • Nebula Cloud

    Layers of mixed media paints and textured gessos created an effect in this painting that resembles a Nebula cloud.

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  • Earth Satellite View

    In this abstract painitng the layers and textures combined to create a likeness of an image of the earth taken from  a satellite.

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  • Clouds of Jupiter

    This many layered abstract resulted what looks like an image of clouds swirling above the surface of Jupiter.

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  • Calla Lillies

    This is a traditional oil on canvas painting  done in several layers which were allowed to dry then painted over.  This technique, though more time consuming, provides  a depth of color that I can't achieve using the alla prima method.

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  • Endurance

    This mixed media drawing was done by layering oil pastels over ink. 

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  • Eyes tell stories that words cannot.
    Unspoken
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  • This old boat still had dignity even in its dilapidated state.  
    S.S. Pt. Reyes
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  • Ambiguity and Balance

    We are all faced with a multitude of choices throughout our lives.  These choices are like branches on the trees of our lives.   When we choose wisely  our branches form a tapestry of grace and beauty with the branches of those around us. 

    Ambiguity and Balance
    780,960
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  • During a walk at Tomales point I was captivated by the contrast of the long dark shadows cast by the old Monterrey Cypress trees  on the bright green of the grass in the late afternoon light.
    Cypress Trees at Tomales Point
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  •   The leafless trees and the misty treeline in the distance  give the feeling of the mystery and magic of nature and her changing seasons-The Rite of Passage from one state to another.
    Rite of Passage
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  • This painting was inspired by my favorite beach on the Sonoma coast.  This mood is almost tranquil as the storm passes and the full moon peeks out from behind the clouds.
    Stormy Night Seascape
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  • Old wind sculpted cypress trees casting long shadows and a lone man standing on the winding road leading to the Pt.. Reyes Lighthouse were the inspiration for this painting.  I was inspired by the colors and the stark tonal contrasts as well as the emotional impact the whole scene had for me.  
    The Road to the LIghthouse
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  • This painting was inspired by an early morning walk on Salmon Creek beach one winter morning  after a storm.  The golden morning sun illuminated the sea grass, clouds and waves created a magical mood.
    Morning at Salmon Creek Beach
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  • This painting was inspired by a beautiful path above the ocean at Pt. Reyes national seashore lined with old windswept cypress and a weathered white picket fence.
    Path Above the Sea
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  • This painting was inspired by a local character whom I have named the Bard of Sebastopol.  Along with his faithful old dog the bard is seen in various locations around Sebastopol dressed up in jester's robes and serenading passersby.
    The Bard
    696,960
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  • Rivers flow into the sea, eroding rock into sand in an ever changing  process of Convergence.
    Convergence
    729,960
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