About These Paintings
Being an artist is, for me, about being an observer. Sometimes, this is painting a portrait, a nude, or composing a group of people, contemplating the disconnection that happens between observing a moment and taking part in it. This can also be looking out a window or onto a landscape and painting what I see. I turn to these scenes to recenter myself and my work, focusing on the contrast of outside and inside, light and dark, active and still.

Studio Window, Berea, gouache and watercolor, 14 x 10", 2020

Studio Window, Vermont, oil on paper, 40.5 x 28", 2017

Studio Window, Vermont - detail

Near Dog's Head, Vermont, oil on paper, 17 x 18", 2017

Snowscape, Berea, oil on linen, 54 x 47", 2013

5 PM, oil on linen, 47 x 35", 2013

Offerings to the Bovine Monarch, oil on linen, 50 x 39", 2011

Offerings to the Bovine Monarch, oil on linen, 50 x 39", 2011 - detail

Studio Window, Bloomington, gouache and watercolor, 2007

Studio Window, Bloomington, oil on paper, 2007

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