"For me, being a landscape painter means making many choices which in turn lead to more choices which involve even more decisions. This process stops when I've 'painted myself into a corner' and there is only one way out.
Twelve years ago I moved to the Adirondacks and changed from a summer vacationer to a year-round resident. I knew I had to capture this landscape, so I chose a vertical format because it more or less dictates what to do. It also gave me a narrow, concentrated view of the energy released by the battle between water and the rocks confining its path to the sea."
Mountain Top Series No. 11, watercolor on paper
Morning Traffic, acrylic on canvas, 11 x 14,2015
Winter Farm, acrylic on canvas 8 x 16, 2011
Approaching Tarrytown, acrylic on canvas ,2014
Bridge from Above, 12 x 24, 2015
Hulls Brook Falls, acrylic on canvas, 2015
Roaring Brook falls, acrylic on canvas, 44x 14, 2015
Waterfall in March, acrylic on canvas, 12 x 24, 2015
Spuyten Duyvil, acrylic on canvas, 12 x 24, 2015
Baseball drawing # 7, pen and ink on paper, 2011
Baseball Drawing # 10, pen and ink on paper, 2011
Nyack, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches, 2030
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