Alexander Twilight (1795-1857) was the first US college graduate and state representative of African descent. He was also a minister and grammar school teacher in Brownington, VT, a strong believer…Read More
…one of my favorite commissions of all time!
…and more! I paint a lot of small pet portraits for folks and don’t usually post them with all the *serious* still lives and portraiture, so here’s a thread of…Read More
Still Life with Dahlias and Melancholy, 2020, oil on linen, 36″ x 24″.
Casey and Isabel, 2019, oil on panel, 10″ x 10″. SOLD.
The Ascent Cycle Begins! Tell me, where is the soul’s abode? — Upon the pinions of the wind.– Meister Eckhart Last fall, I built a pair of wings. Thanks to…Read More
Here’s a quick glimpse into chalk process! Not the string grid and the sketchy under-chalking. This provides an ugly but fantastic platform to layer other colors on top of:
Sarai Laughs, 2017, oil on canvas, 29″ x 25″.
Owen, 2016, oil on canvas, 14″ x 28″…maybe unfinished. Bernie!!!!! BERNIE 2016!, watercolor and colored pencil, 9.5″ x 8″. Because so much of what I do is…Read More
November 25, 2014 – 50 @ 50 Small Works at Artistree November 1, 2014 – Sarasota Chalk Festival 2014 in…just over a week!?!?! This year’s Sarasota Chalk Festival is…Read More
So after beginning our chalk art career in April for UVM, Justin and I made our first chalk festival appearance this November at the Sarasota Chalk Festival—an unbeatable opportunity to…Read More
After scouring my photo stock and even the internet for good small 3D creatures one might be amused to find at random on the street, I compiled a lengthy list…Read More
Here’s where it all starts: I get my chalk from Eternity Arts. It’s much thicker and brighter than anything else I can find. It’s also expensive, but worth it for…Read More
3D Sidewalk Art, 4/22/13 Commissioned by New Breed Marketing for UVM Summer University on Earth Day I arrived in Burlington at 6:30 am to get an early start, Justin along…Read More