Sitting at an outdoor cafe, looking at the glorious sky in Ghent, Belgium as the sun started to set. The glorious feeling of relaxation while on vacation. 2017. 12”X16”. $395.
Our family crossed this bridge while in Nuremberg for a reunion. The city is spectacular! 2018. 18”X17 ½”. $350.
While on vacation, we drove across the country and stopped at several National Parks. The Grand Canyon was breathtaking! It is impossible to imagine without seeing it in person, and I wanted to capture the people there. 2019. 14” X 10”. $250.
We’ve been to New Orleans twice, and it is one of my favorite cities! I wanted this painting to capture the spirit and fun of New Orleans. The colors are vibrant and alive and the image is a bit spooky. Just like the city! 2018. 14” X 10”. $375.
The smell of the food, bustle of the midway, the laughter and fun conversations all make the State Fair a magical place! This food cart on the midway represents those fun times…. I’d wait in line for a deep fried Twinkie any day! 2017. Painting size: 8”X10”. Matted frame size: 13 ½”X16 ½". $325.
While touring a castle in Europe, I glanced out an upper window into this small patio area. No one was allowed there. I wondered where that large, wooden door led. 2017. 9 ½” X 13 ½”. $325.
This painting is the result of a challenge for a gallery show - to create a square painting with a theme of ‘Circle of Life’. I used Stonehedge Aqua Black 130lb paper, which gives a nice background for the colors. 2019. 12”X12”. $320.
These beautiful glass sculptures were on display in a Sarasota, Florida location that I was touring with a friend, and I thought a reference to them would make a lovely watercolor painting. I took several pictures and used them as a guide in painting this on black Stonehedge Agua 130 lb cold pressed paper. 2020. 16” X 20”. $375.
While in Nashville, looking for the American Pickers antique shop, we were walkiing through a huge building that contained many individual small stores that lined a long wide main aisle. I was going along at a pretty fast pace, trying to find the right shop, peeking in each one as I went by and I literally stopped in my tracks when I saw this gorgeous red leather chair sitting in the sunshine. It was beautiful!! This painting is based on that red chair. 2020. Painting size: 22” X 14”. Matted frame size: 25” X 17”. $375.