In 2013 my work took an unexpected and dramatic shift.  I started looking at the landscape with renewed intensity, an intensity that rivals my earliest days as an artist strolling through the local forest with my easel and paint tucked under my arm and a the fire of unknown potential burning in that young man's heart.


I have found fresh ways to represent my emotional, spiritual, and introspective path.  Using my distinctive color range and my hard bold brush and finger marks, I have infused my paintings with a newfound power.


Strolling the Atlantic shoreline and the pine forests of New England throughout the four seasons has instilled a new. calming peace.  A peace that had previously been lost to me as I traveled and sometimes endured the trials and trails that have led me through my life journey.


These latest paintings make up some of the most engaging and exciting work of my long career.


Represented here is a selection of oil paintings, pencil paintings and even ink drawings.  There is so much more to follow.

On the easel Fall 2020


Featured Painting

Right Down to the Waterline

‚Äč36x60 oil on canvas

Much of the work on this page has been funded in part with grants from the Fall River Cultural Council a division of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.


Work included from the series entitled Power of the Pencil, Views and Hues, and Sea to See is included.

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