During a long career in professional theatre and Primetime Television, my avocation has always been to paint. Over the years I have focused on a variety of subjects ranging from architecture to my garden. Please use the tabs to the left to view groups of paintings on various subjects, including:
The paintings of Mexico were originally done after a variety of trips to Colonial cities and small villages. I was represented in three different galleries in Puerto Vallarta for a number of years (Gallery Uno, Galleria Pacifico, and Indigenous).
The garden paintings evolved from a steadily growing collection of succulents gathered in and around Los Angeles. I was fascinated with the variety of form, color and texture these plants exhibited and really wanted to capture them on canvas. Since moving to New Mexico I've been focusing on local cactus and agaves, plus a few ristras because they present such a rare opportunity to paint with RED!
The CHEERS Lithograph was based on a watercolor portrait I did during my seven years as Art Director on the popular television series.
I moved to New Mexico in July of 2009 and have started to focus on some of the unique landscapes the state offers.
I am a member of the following organizations
RIO GRANDE ART ASSOCIATION -Chairman for exhibitions
THE ART DIRECTORS GUILD local 800