Category: Available Art


96 x 60 Acrylic/mixed media on canvas


48 x 60 x 1.5 Acrylic on canvas. This is another painting that was struggling to rise out of mediocrity.  When I painted the gray mesh/pattern on top the painting came to life.

Color TV

48 x 48 x 1.5 Acrylic/mixed media on canvas. I love the chartreuse color on the canvas packaging so I cut it up and collaged it.


48 x 48 x 1.5 Acrylic on canvas. The crosses in this painting are a reminder of the ultimate sacrifice Jesus made for us.

Stacked Up

36 x 36 x 1.5 Acrylic on canvas. This was a disjointed abstract with no composition. I made negative space with white and gray paint and the composition emerged. Some of my favorite paintings were rejects that just needed to be tweaked.

Chartreuse Jigsaw

48 x 60 Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas. It would be a challenge to put this together if it were a jigsaw puzzle. So many shades of green, white and chartreuse.

Look Up

48 x 60 x 1.5 Years ago I knew a sweet little old lady who was bent over with arthritis.  She walked around all day staring at the ground. In spite of her handicap she would tell everyone she saw, “You got to look up”. So I dedicate this painting to Ms. Ola.

White Out

48 x 48 x 1.5 Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas. This painting went through several stages  before I really liked it.  The “snow” or “fog” calmed down some of the loud, garish colors underneath and caused the whole painting to be unified.

Cosmic Bloom

48 x 48 x 1.5 Acrylic on canvas. I keep returning to circular and oval shapes in my paintings. I like the organic quality and the feeling of movement they invoke.

At The Groomer

48 x 48 x 1.5 Acrylic on canvas. I had great fun slinging paint onto this canvas. It can be viewed as a complete abstract or if you look hard you might see two dogs waiting to be groomed.


36 x 36 x 1.5 Acrylic on canvas. I thinned the acrylics to a watery consistency and let the colors run together. When the paint dried I added the linear forms.


38.5 x 48.5 Acrylic/mixed media on board. I started this painting as strictly an abstract. I kept seeing the face of a dog so I added two eyes and a nose. It endeared itself to me so I’m calling it Fido.

Who am I?

20 x 26 Acrylic on paper framed. After painting thin lines of various colors on the paper I colored in some sections and a face emerged.

Self Portrait

24 x 24 x 1.5 Acrylic on canvas framed with lattice strips. This is a quick study of myself. I’m really not that sad.