Another lake view sunset


Why is there such a comfort to see that someone is at home? Even as the sun has set, the last rays make rainbows in the sky.

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Sunset over the lake

This primordial scene is full of hope for spring.
What is it about the sky, that creates such a wonderful display of color, every evening for just a few minutes. Science or magic or something more esoteric, the painter strives to portray the majesty of those few moments before the night overtakes the day.

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Rush Hour – part II



The second of a series of Bike Commuters. This painting depicts to me the wonderful feeling of passing a bunch of cars stuck in traffic.
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Rush Hour


In celebration of bike to work month, a view of cyclists enjoying their daily commute.

These paintings are for sale.

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Painting the ghosts of the past

One of the wonderful things about painting is it entails the act of creation. You can create would have beens, should have beens, or what truly was once; but is now ashes and dust. You can restore youth and vibrancy to the ugly, rigid and old, and portray innocence where in actuality, it can no longer find the remotest foothold. Retrospection and painting go hand in hand; while painting, the mind can be in a place not accessible to mere mortals. Painting is storytelling without verbal language. A painting can fill voids, answer questions, or ask more of them.

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