“Cupbearer with Ornate Hawk Eagle” 30×24 inches, oil on canvas. Now available at Meyer Gallery, Santa Fe for my upcoming “Mad Enchantment” solo show opening on September 15, 2017. Falconers have started appearing in my paintings ever since I read Helen Macdonald’s novel H is for Hawk. I was struck by the bond developed by the […]
There is a mad enchantment that possesses the heart and mind when confronted by the possibilities glimpsed through visions of beauty and love. “Allegory of Spring” is the first of the paintings for my upcoming solo exhibition “Mad Enchantment” at Meyer Gallery, Santa Fe. The opening reception is on September 15, from 5-7 pm and […]
“Masked Eros with Lover’s Eye” 12×9 inches, oil on panel available at Meyer Gallery, Santa Fe Love’s Philosophy by Percy Bysshe Shelley The fountains mingle with the river And the rivers with the ocean, The winds of heaven mix for ever With a sweet emotion; Nothing in the world is single; All things by a […]
“Feast with Cupid and Vervet Monkey” 32×30 inches, oil on canvas is now available at the Meyer Gallery in Santa Fe. The main inspiration came from a painting by Giovanni Bellini and Titian “Feast of the Gods”. The subject of the gods of classical antiquity engaged in a bacchic celebration was a popular theme in […]
I am pleased to announce that my new painting “Robinetta” will be in the small works group show “Une Petite Nuit” at the Meyer Gallery in Park City. The show runs from September 30 thru October 17. An opening reception will be held on Friday, September 30th, six to nine p.m. and will feature live music and […]
In exploring the many varieties of ‘flora’ and ‘fauna’, I drew inspiration from 17th Century Dutch flower painting’s sumptuous beauty. The symbolism of flowers may speak of constancy, unrequited love, and the ephemeral nature of beauty itself. I continue to expand the role of animals in my works by looking back into the menagerie in Jean-Baptiste Oudry’s paintings. I believe companion animals reflect the inner desires, jealousies, kindnesses and hurts of their human guardians.
Two small works inspired by Shakespeare, summer, lasting love and ephemeral beauty… now available at the Meyer Gallery, Santa Fe. “Hand with W.S.’s Sonnet 18” 7×5 inches, oil on panel Sonnet 18 Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And […]