The Restless Sea

Just outside the seaside towns of Monterey and Carmel, California, the 17 Mile Drive is one of the most picturesque drives in the state. Established in 1881, it is located within the Pebble Beach community where the famous Pebble Beach golf course and Del Monte Forest are also found. It is a circular route 17 … Continue reading

The Earl Story

  On November 11, 2013 I created this painting entitled: “Earl” as part of a series of paintings entitled “Hudson Warren Street” illustrating everyday life in Hudson, of which Earl certainly was a part. Described as Hudson New York’s “Outsider Artist” Earl Swanigan is often seen transporting his latest creations on a furniture dolly. As … Continue reading

Main Street Magazine

For anyone interested in a brief summary of my life and art, pick up a copy of Main Street Magazine. It contains an excellent interview and article written by CB Wismar. The magazine is complimentary and can be found at the following locations: American Glory Amtrack Train Station Baba Louie’s Barlow Hotel Ca’Mea … Columbia … Continue reading

Hudson Junior High School Career Day

I recently enjoyed the opportunity to speak to Hudson Junior High School students about the challenges and rewards of being an artist as part of Career Day. There were 36 presenters and guests from various professions. This is my third year of doing this and as a 1975 graduate of Hudson High School myself, I appreciate being … Continue reading

Spring Member Show at SVAC

I am delighted to be a participant in the Spring Member’s Show at the Southern Vermont Art’s Center. The center is located at 930 Southern Vermont Art Center Drive, Manchester VT. For more information and a preview of some of the works that will be displayed, click on this link: svac.org

In Mother’s Arms

The unspoken communication of tender compassion between a mother and child is an instantly recognizable and moving scene that transcends all languages and cultures. This latest work entitled: “In Mother’s Arms” is an attempt to capture such an intimate, deeply personal moment with brushes and paint.