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.
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The Sublime Vignette… new works
Happy Holidays! I would like to thank everyone for a truly blessed year. It is only a couple of days before my winter show opening for "The Sublime Vignette" at the Meyer Gallery in Park City. I hope you can join us for the reception on Friday, December 26, 6-9 pm. Here are the final…
“Dorabella” and “The Smoker with Wings”
I've always loved the name "Dorabella." I was painting this while listening to Mozart's opera "Cosi Fan Tutte" ~ and it was natural to name this piece "Dorabella" after one of the characters. I think that "Dorabella" means "beautiful" (bella) "gift" (dora.)
“Girl with Lace Mask” and “Cupid with Blindfold”
More works at Meyer Gallery, Park City....
New Gallery and New Paintings
I'm very proud to announce that my works will now be available at the Meyer Gallery in Park City, Utah (in addition to Meyer East Gallery in Santa Fe and Wally Workman Gallery in Austin). They are lovely people over there and I look forward to working with them. I sent them four new paintings…
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