A busy diner during lunch in New York City. Oil on 12"h x 9"w panel.
Feb 14, 2018
Feb 12, 2018
A cranberry cupcake from one of my favorite local bakeries, Market Street Pastries, atop an antique plate. Oil on 4" x 4" stretched canvas.
Feb 9, 2018
A trio of macaroons. I painted this from a photo. I thought these would dry out if I painted them from life, and I didn't want to waste them. Anyone from the Pittsburgh area can buy these macaroons from Gaby et Jules in Squirrel Hill, and purchase the painting from Gallery on 43rd Street in Lawrenceville. Oil on 4"h x 6"w stretched canvas.
Feb 8, 2018
These two friends, Nigel and Malcolm, choose a spot of warm sunlight in which to take their nap. I was going to work on it a bit more, but I like the impressionist quality, especially in the foreground where their fur fades into the background. Oil on 4"h x 6"w stretched canvas.
Feb 2, 2018
A painting of my handsome man, Alfred. We thought he looked like a bat when we got him as a kitten, and thought about naming him Bruce Wayne. But, we were pretty sure we weren't the first people to think of that, so we named him after Batman's butler. Oil on 4" x 4" stretched canvas. SOLD.
Feb 1, 2018
A painting of a green antique teacup with biscotti. Unlike a lot of other paintings I do, I painted this from life in my studio. Oil on 4" x 4" stretched canvas. SOLD.