Category Archives: Lily pads

Lewey Lake

This commissioned painting, entitled Lewey Lake, is the largest watercolor painting I have done to date. It measures 2 x 3 feet and took me the entire winter to complete. The image is comprised of 3 different photos, all taken from … Continue reading

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Ancient Oak

This watercolor painting, entitled Ancient Oak, is based on a photograph I took while kayaking down the Anthony Kill, in Round Lake, NY. This giant, old stump made a wonderful sharp reflection on an early evening paddle.

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Water Works Show

I have finished the last five paintings for my Water Works show next week. The show will consist of 15 of my “water-themed” watercolor paintings. The paintings will be on display January 29th through February 24th at the Saratoga Library … Continue reading

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New Paintings

The Arts Center Gallery in Saratoga Springs has opened its annual show of local artists. My painting Meditation is on display there from November 16th through December 31st. The gallery will stay open late for the Victorian Street Walk, as … Continue reading

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Spring Show

I have two paintings (Lilac Wine and April) on display at The Center Gallery, in Clifton Park, as part of the Southern Saratoga Artists Society’s Spring Show for the month of May. I’ve also finished another watercolor for my June … Continue reading

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Early Autumn

This watercolor painting entitled Early Autumn just won 3rd place in the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Juried Show of Art & Photography. This painting will be on display at the library (475 Moe Road, Clifton Park, NY) for the rest of the … Continue reading

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Water Works

My love of kayaking has inspired me to create many watercolor paintings to express the tranquility and beauty I see on the water. Working from photographs, I paint layer upon layer of transparent watercolor paint to create the vivid colors … Continue reading

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