Category: Abstract

Ayer’s Protector

December 15, 2016
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This piece was painted in the Lowell Cemetery, a vast, and beautifully landscaped space in Lowell. James Cook Ayer was the wealthiest patent medicine businessman of his day and even had a  town named after him!

This statue is eight feet high and rests on a base 7×13 feet and weighs close to  twenty five tons.

 

12X 16 pastel

Redemption?

December 13, 2016
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Redemption?

This painting was part of an exhibit at the Merrimack Valley Repertory Theatre to reflect the themes in the production of “Abigail 1720”. The play dealt with the theme of persecution during the times of the Salem Witch Trials.

 

9X12 pastel

 

 

Moon Framed 2

April 10, 2016
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The second of three paintings headed to the Arts League of Lowell (ALL) Gallery for their January “Grey Scale: show.  Painting without Color is quite a challenge for me!

6X6 Acrylic