When I first noticed the lights of a lone car in the distance, fear washed over me. Headlights pierced the darkness of the moonless night as the car topped a small hill nearly a quarter of mile away. I watched across the open field as the car bounced down the bumpy dirt road until it was out of view behind a grove of trees. I … Continue reading Thirty Years Later, ‘I Miss All the Little Things’
This summer Kimberly and I will mark a significant milestone in our relationship. We met in May of 1991 – 20 years ago. Then in November we’ll celebrate 17 years of marriage. Both numbers seem impossible. Neither rolls easily off the tongue. How did so much time pass so quickly? The summer of 1991 was very special time — one last summer before my senior … Continue reading 20 Years Ago … Really?
30″X40″ Acrylic and Paper on Stretched Canvas Continue reading My Latest Painting – Faith, Hope, Love
Hope Fourth-generation of the Street Signs collection. Mid 2008Acrylic on canvas I decided that the Street Signs could possibly say even more with fewer words. Continue reading Street Signs
NOLA Flag with Skylines Late 2009 Top: Acrylic on canvas panelBottom: Acrylic and newspaper on canvas panel The background is a stylized version of the New Orleans flag. I personally like the newsprint version the best. I mean look at how I hand-selected each piece of newsprint for each specific spot in the painting. Most other people like the top one better. These have generated … Continue reading Skyline
Faith, Hope, Love Fleur-de-lis Mid 2008I began painting Fleur-de-lis painting in late 2007. I knew their was a market for the paintings. I was proud on the original fleur-de-lis design, but I only painted simple backgrounds at first. In mid 2008 I tried to work the words “Faith, Hope and Love” into the backgound. These took a lot longer than the older versions, but these … Continue reading NOLA Collection
Arts, Music, Melody Third-generation of the Street Signs collection. Early 2008Acrylic on canvas panel These really capture all that I wanted to capture with the paintings. I used only primary colors and used street names that describe the city. I also painted one with “Faith, Hope, Joy” Continue reading Street Signs