I’m an artist with a passion for blurring the line between the inanimate and the animate, bringing it all together with a conversation of color.

Tribe #1, 2018 8” x 10” mixed media

Tribe #1, 2018
8” x 10” mixed media

Tribe #1, 2018 8” x 10” mixed media

Tribe #1, 2018
8” x 10” mixed media

Tribe #3, 2018 8” x 10” mixed media

Tribe #3, 2018
8” x 10” mixed media

Cosmic, 2017
9” x 12” mixed media

Ray, 2018
12” x 12” oil on canvas

Redd, 2018
12” x 12” oil on canvas

Regina, 2018
9” x 12” oil on canvas
Sold

Ajar, 2018
12” x 12” mixed media
Sold

Paature, 2017
9” x 12” oil on canvas

Lonestar, 2017
9” x 12” mixed media
Sold

Mail trucks roam our landscape every day (except Sundays). They gather in the evening and sleep in a vast plains of asphalt fenced in by chain links. Dry heat or intense cold, their bodies withstand extreme temperatures and all kinds of weather, though they will not be around forever. Every species has an era, and it is important that we commemorate these beautiful animals before they are gone. I have put together a collection of paintings that does just that.


Tuba Skinny, 2015
2’ x 3’ oil on canvas

Burning the Blues, 2016
16” x 20” oil on canvas
Sold

Gentle on my Mind, 2016
3’ x 5’ oil on canvas
Sold… for a Martin guitar

I’ve always been inspired by live shows, especially the more intimate ones where you can get up close and really see what the musicians are doing. I’ve done a couple of pieces from performances I’ve seen around the MBTA, down in New Orleans, and elsewhere. One of my favorites is a piece I did based on concert at The Music Emporium of Lexington, MA; such a cool venue for a show. Depicted are Chris Eldridge, Simon Chrisman, and Wes Corbett going off on “Midnight on the water”.