April 30, 2020

The Angels Come Out

The Angels come out.
To protect, to heal, to comfort~
From all walks of life, every country, every ethnic group, all colors, all languages, all services.
Heroes with halos.
With wings.

April 3, 2020

Beach solace

Stay at home they say
You find a way
To escape home prison; 
A calmer vision.
The sound of silence
A 6 foot alliance
Be brave
Savor the breaking wave.

Pastel, 10 x 8, 2008 [SOLD]

But now it's closed.

March 19, 2020

Today is Spring

Today is spring. 
From earth crocus tilt toward the sun.
They're delicate but resilient– 
so must we be.

Watercolor, 5x7

March 5, 2020

Fish or fowl.

1 for the fish.
2 for the fowl.
On water.
On land.
On air.

Pastel, 17x11, commission SOLD

February 12, 2020

Oscars Red Carpet 2020- Rollicking Runway

Polish, and 
The runway’s not predictable any more.

Diane Keaton, Billie Elish, Spike Lee, Janelle Monae, Saorise Ronan.

Pastel, 10x8
See my paintings of other years from 2007 to 2020 here:

February 5, 2020

Wait out the storms

Like 'ole Bessie in the barn we have to wait out the storms.

All kinds of storms.

Watercolor, 5x7, 2009, SOLD

December 28, 2019

Group hug

Hugs we all need.
šŸŽ¶Altogether now. Altogether now. šŸŽ¶
Friends, family- maybe strangers.
A year of loss, division, unrest.
Keep your loved ones close.
A new year is coming.
Group hug.

December 6, 2019

"Beefy" beauty

Angus the dog.
"Beefy" but beautiful.
Fur of black velvet and smooth silk.
Soulful eyes.
Now sitting on a cloud.

Pastel, 10x8, commission, SOLD

December 5, 2019

On exhibit...

Two of my paintings
"Patiently Waiting for Spring" (which won a runner up award) and
"New View" are currently on display through December in a juried art exhibit "Along the Coast"
by Historic Beverly located at the John Cabot House. 

Both pastels. 10x8, and 5x7.

September 16, 2019

Last Hug

Last Hug.
Before the sun will set.
Before the stars do cease.
Before you go to endless sleep.
A moment of perfect peace.

[Our dear friend Viv was experiencing great pain, nausea and sickness from cancer. But when her grandson hugged her a smile spread across her face, and it all disappeared for one moment of true happiness. Larry captured the photo, and I painted it.
She passed the following week].

Pastel, 16 x 20