Works on Paper

All prices reflect framed work with a double acid-free mat, UV protected glass and frame, ready to hang. If you are interested in work unframed, inquire with the artist for pricing.

Verdant Field
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Verdant Meditation
2021

24″x18″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $500


Upcycle on the Slant
2021

6″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $200


Upcycle I
2021

6″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $200


And wait to watch the water clear, I may
2021

24″x18″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Music of the Spheres
2021

24″x18″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / SOLD


Round Me Rings
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


All Nature Sings
2021

24″x18″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $500


Why should my heart be sad?
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Lost in Process
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Freedom & Fragmentation
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Artist Statement: The Gratitude Series was constructed of daily recorded gratitudes by myself from March 2020 through December 2020. The text in these works represents a coping strategy and record from my eyes as to what I am grateful for amidst the COVID 19 global pandemic.

Gratitude IV
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Gratitude III
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Gratitude II
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


Gratitude I
2021

18″x12″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $300


I Love You Always
2020

22″x17″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $500


Passage II
2020

9″x12″ image / Mixed media on canvas / $150


Passage I
2020

22″x17″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $500


Eye of the Beholder
2020

22″x17″ image / Mixed Media on cotton rag paper / $500


So you think you’re not creative
2020

Private Collection

Artist Statement: A vast portion of my 2010 summer was spent dealing with the loss of my father.  It was amazing to me to see, hear and feel the care and love that our community felt for my family and I during this time of sorrow and one tangible was the written condolences I received.  In looking at these as an artist, I was fascinated by the color palette, textures and text that was incorporated both from the commercial to the individual.  Deconstructing and reassembling only the meaningful pieces created an image of layers that personally reflects the many individuals who took time to express grief, prayers, sympathy and joy for the life lived.   Important to me, the meaning of the handwritten messages and thoughts conveyed infuse this piece with personal, emotional and spiritual context as a son, father, husband, artist as a symbol of life.


Not for the one who is now
2010

Private Collection