Saturday, April 29, 2006

Look Up

I am always looking for the cast off necessity in our environment. This water tank and tobacco warehouse are just two examples of our society creating and casting off its infrastructure. In a few years this warehouse will be condominiums. The global economy marches on. :)

4" x 4"
Acrylic on board
$ 100

Friday, April 28, 2006

World of Mirth

SOLD at the ART180 ART KARMA Benefit Auction
I painted this in the Fall of last year.

10" x 10"
Acrylic on board
$ 100

Tobacco Barn II

This barn is inspired by a cycling ride in the East End.

8" x 16"
Acrylic on Board
$ 100

East End Bridge

This is a painting of the 288 bridge over the James River in the East End of Richmond.
No matter how we feel about development I believe we must always look for the beauty around us.

8" x 16"
Acrylic on board
$ 100

East End Ride

This cycling painting is inspired by a ride in the East End of Richmond, Virginia.
It is larger than some of my paintings. If you have ever cycled near Battlefield Park you will recognize this turn. This field will likely be gone in the next 3 years from development. (If its not gone already.) That's why I painted it.

12" x 36"
Acrylic on board

Wetland Fishing

This image is inpired by the lowlands arround Hatteras, NC and Savannah, GA.
Approx. 10" x 20"