My grandfather was able to fix almost anything. Sitting down usually, and smoking his pipe, he would calmly tinker at his repair projects in the driveway or at the kitchen table. When he needed a tool or a part he would provide me with pin point directions and send me off to his garage to […]
I was happy to be part of this great event at the Art Gallery of Burlington. Lots of amazing talent there amongst all the guilds!
When you slice open a lime there is usually something good that is going to follow. It could be a garnish to enhance a cocktail or a cool drink, an ingredient for a marinade, or a great addition to a salad or vegetable dish. Limes smell good, taste good and look great. Just a ‘happy […]
The bottle is empty and ‘The Last Glass’ is all that remains.
We received this bottle as a special gift. Now that I am finished using it as a reference for this painting… it’s finally ‘Tasting Time!’
A few years ago my wife Mary and I along with six great friends, enjoyed a fantastic trip to wine country in California. I collected many corks from some of the wines we enjoyed and the different wineries that we we visited. I decided to put them in a pile and paint them.
This will complete my monster series for now. It’s time to move on to the oils.
Since I haven’t painted very much in quite a while, I thought it would be a good idea to loosen up with some fun acrylic paintings of classic monsters for Halloween. I started with Frankenstein. He received quite a bit of attention on the front porch Halloween night.