Goldenrod, 48 X 30, acrylics, gallery canvas. January 2016.





Nye's in Northeast Minneapolis. 

 

Lady at Bus Stop Outside of Nye's Polonaise Bar.

Acrylics, 20 X 16, December 2015.

 



 


Milkweed.

Acrylics, gel. 40 X 30. Framed. December 2015.








Art collectors from St. Cloud, Minnesota bought the painting "Like the Wren", a painting which is my take on contemporary Emily Dickinson. 

 

The exchange felt particularly apropos as Emily is going to hang in the home of fine poets and music lovers. 

 



 

 


The art collector from Richmond, Virginia, who purchased "The Audience", sent me this lovely picture of the painting hanging on a bedroom wall.





Just sold a painting. An art collector from Richmond, Virginia, bought my painting "The Audience". I am happy that it is going to a good home. And BTW, my paintings make great holiday gifts. Just sayin'.

 




These two wonderful older people never cut their grass. With two lawn chairs, they sit in the sun, observing the neighborhood, and waving to passersby. People said they were odd but very sweet. Supposedly he had worked in the steel mills of Pittsburgh for 40 years. They said she almost always had a book in her hand.

 

They Never Cut Their Grass, 20 X 20 X 1.5 on a gallery canvas, acrylics, with gel and pumice. November 2015. 





Bukowski (#1). 40 X 30, acrylics, canvas. November 2015.