Painting #71 Another portrait of my pet monkey! You may recall that the monkey and I were planning a three month trip to Spain leaving in March of 2020 to walk the Camino de Santiago. Unfortunately because of the pandemic, I had to cancel the trip. But he didn’t agree. Here he is researching newsContinue reading “The Monkey Researcher, 6 x 6 in., oil, (sold)”
Painting #69 I don’t talk about it much, but I have a pet red monkey. We’ve been together for about six or seven years now. And we were actually planning a three month trip to Spain leaving March 31, 2020 to walk the Camino de Santiago. Unfortunately because of the pandemic, I had to cancelContinue reading “Bad News Monkey, 6 x 6 in., oil”
Painting Auction #67 This painting was painted in Woodstock, Vermont while I was participating in a Plein air event for the Vermont Institute of Science. This beautiful Billings Farm is a working dairy farm in the traditional manner and open to the public for an entrance fee. It is across from and related to theContinue reading “Billings Farm, Woodstock, Vt., 5 x 7 in., oil”
Painting Auction #66 I painted this fun Pumpkin study at a farm that runs a little roadside stand about 20 mins. from my house. This work is unframed, but it is mounted on a board with a slot in the back which allows you to display it without a frame.
Painting Auction #65 Here is a new work done especially as a small auction piece. If you would like to bid on this painting on E- bay starting at $90, click here. Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, Catch a tiger by the toe, If he hollers, let him go, Eeny, meeny, miny, moe. Not because you’reContinue reading “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe… 6 x 6 in., oil”
Painting Auction #60 I did this painting while on a a painting excursion with Peter Yesis and Steve Hileman up to the Schoodic point region of Acadia National Park. It’s a terrific place to paint and they recently opened up a new campground, which I ‘d like to give try next year. This work isContinue reading “Near Acadia, Schoodic Point, Maine, 6 x 6 in.”
He’s Back! And it’s that time of year again. Up here in the long winters of Maine, it’s hard not to seek warmth and distraction by imbibing a little. Of course, my monkey’s problem is that he’s so teeny. A couple sips and he’s dancing around the room, a couple more and he’s slurring, andContinue reading “Drunk Monkey with a Manhattan, 6 x 6 in.”