Saturday, January 30, 2010

The Song of Maine

This painting was inspired by the sea in Maine and is painted on claybord 16x20"
with acrylic gouache. It is varnished to give the impression of stained glass and is typical of my style.There is a transparent lady on the foreground which is the breeze coming from the  sea , the song of the water clapping in the background, the scent of the music floating in the room, the bird lady who never disappears.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Farms in Nashua with goauche. Spring painting

gouache on paper $100. The spring in Nashua where I discovered this farm behind the Ice Cream place
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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Opening at the Sharon Art center Depot gallery in January 2010

My painting of Madeline is in the middle. Many  artists and collectors were there and the atmosphere was joyous and interesting.

Ogunquit Maine with boats.

It is a view of Ogunquit in Maine, with the boats and the flowers in the foreground

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Liz lady of Lebanon

Liz lady of Lebanon, oil 24x30
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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Madeline with the white dress

Madeline and the white dress is a portrait of Madeline done last year when she was two years old. I won a first prize for this painting and would love to paint commissions portraits.
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Medieval women

acrylic on board 16x20. One of my earlier paintings transition from the  stained glass women into the flower women. There is a door in the background, access to a new world of vegetation. I used medieval tapestry for the background.

Saturday, January 9, 2010


An afternoon of laughter and music with the Harlequin and friends. Don't forget my cat Snowball in the foreground and notice the Nashua wild pink landscape in the back

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Family afternoon

acrylic gouache on paper. this painting is inspired by a family scene of my niece Paulina, my grandaughter Maddy and my daughter Liz, of course I could not help adding an Harlequin in the background,