Studio Updates

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

New Print: “Quietude” 20 x 20 with 15% pre-order discount



We’re nearing day 15 of our stay-at-home efforts to flatten the curve…and to celebrate, we’re offering a 15% discount off pre-orders of “Quietude”  as a 20″ x 20″ limited edition giclee print. This recently completed piece, inspired by a bucolic, serene setting in New Hampshire, captures the sense of quiet, peace, and stillness that has




Thursday, March 26th, 2020

New: “Quietude”



When being isolated from others is not of your own doing, might as well enjoy the stillness and quiet around you. “Quietude” 24 x 24.




Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

New Work “Bright Day”



The news around us is pretty bleak, but as we all band together, do our jobs, stay positive, take care of our families, our loved ones, and ourselves, we WILL see brighter days ahead. “Bright Day” 40 x 30




Friday, March 6th, 2020

New: “Spring Meadow”



There’s an old, worn down farm in Mont Vernon, NH, next town over, with an old barn that sits at the top of a rise in the road leading up the mountain. I’ve passed it many times, in all season, and in the Spring, the new foliage adds incredible color against the old weathered barn




Friday, February 28th, 2020

New: “Three Pillars”



I passed this old farm on my way back from an installation in a residence south of Woodstock, Vermont. It was recently, and the trees were bare, but I remembered them from a previous trip, in fall, where there columnar blasts of yellow foliage, and unique shape, dominated the scene. “Three Pillars” 48 x 48




Sunday, February 23rd, 2020

New: “Backwoods”



It’s an interesting exercise to revisit a subject, or scene, that you’ve painted before, and to look for something different, something you hadn’t necessarily seen or focused on before. I’ve painted this scene a few times…and in this latest piece, the emphasis became the huge, dark mass of trees behind the barn. Solid to the




Saturday, February 8th, 2020

New: “Borderland”



On a recent return trip from Vermont, on the eastern side of the state where the Connecticut River serves as the border to New Hampshire, I caught a glimpse out the driver’s window of a looming barn up on a knoll, partially obscured by young trees. After a quick charcoal sketch, the completed piece: “Borderland”




Thursday, January 30th, 2020

New: “September Sun”



Maybe the best time of year is also the shortest…that brief span of weeks between the end of summer and the start of fall…in September, when you can feel the remnants of summer alongside hints of the approaching fall…the sun is a little lower, a little warmer, and shadows grow longer. “September Sun” 48 x




Monday, January 27th, 2020

New: “September Shore”



Right after Labor Day, the summer crowds drop off fast…leaving to those who stay behind all the things that make the Cape so special. This scene in Dennisport is part of a series based on the tiny, sparse summer cottages at Chase’s Ocean Grove. “September Shore” 24 x 24




Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

New: “Coral Sky”



There are times, along the coast, where the setting sun ignites the sky with a color that’s hard to define…not red, not yellow, not orange…but some combination of the three. Had such a sky on the Cape recently, and incorporated that palette into a piece that had been underway…”Coral Sky” 48 x 30




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