The second painting in my friend’s growing collection of bird paintings!
Luke’s Tufted Titmouse
This 5″x5″ watercolor and ink was recently purchased…to the delight of a 6 year old tufter titmouse fan.
Spring is around the corner and turkeys abound!
5″x5″ Watercolor and Ink
This scene from New Hampshire typifies so many beautiful New England scenes. Many were former pastures, gardens, or open space, all created by lots of hard work to deal with the rocky New England soil.
8X 10 pastel
Ball of Roots
Wonder what roots look like when you are painting with alcohol ink? Voila!
4X8 alcohol ink on tile, unframed
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