Nov 22, 2010

Nov 10, 2010


That's what I call a mini bar! Not some little fridge filled with little beers in an isolated hotel room, but an antique tabletop full of liquors in a cool sitting room. I'm actually more of a wine drinker because the health benefits, but I like the look of a whole bunch of liquor bottles sitting in an unconventional place. It sure looks better than a box of wine on the kitchen counter (I'm a middle class artist, so boxed wine is more economical. No I don't have a problem. And the quality of certain brands of boxed wine is quite good.) SOLD.

Nov 8, 2010


This was the foyer of the hotel we stayed at in Bruges. The painting is 10"h x 8"w and will be for sale at this Friday's "Evening in the Stacks" event at our local library, which needs some serious funding to stay open. Sounds like something from "Back to the Future" ("save the clock tower".) Long live the library! I should actually start using the library, especially since they have free coffee, at least they used to. I've been trying to finish "For Whom the Bell Tolls" for about a year though. If I had borrowed that from the library I would have gotten some serious late fees. I could have saved the library myself. SOLD.

Nov 4, 2010


To me, this is the spookiest corner in central Savannah, even during the day. We took a ghost tour one night when we visited in September of '09. The tour guide pointed out all the hot spots where orbs are most likely to appear in photos, but I didn't have a single one in any of the 1000 pictures that I took that week. Oh well, I was looking more for subject matter than paranormal activity anyway. This oil painting of a Savannah house is 10"h x 8"w x 1 .5"thick.

Disclaimer: If you stumbled upon this painting by Googling "paranormal activity" because maybe your house is haunted, but you are also considering purchasing art, please be aware that I do not accept returns for paintings that were damaged by ghosts that were unhappy with your purchase. You need to consult with them before making any major purchases for "their" house! Otherwise, paintings may be returned to me within 30 days if you purchase them directly from me.


This painting of an Amsterdam canal is 10"h x 8" w x 1.5"thick. SOLD.