Saturday, November 25, 2017

The Building Site

Construction began in September of the new studio/house in Tbilisi, Georgia. This is the building site. Lovely view. Inspirational. Hope to be in in early 2018. More later.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Lunch with Mr. Lynch

Jimmy and I enjoyed lunch at Jerry Remy's in Fall River today. Out amidst the record snowfall.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Photo Book

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Tuesday, June 12, 2012


We all need to eat, so today we begin dedicating (or rededicating) this artist's effort at SEO, one blithe way to begin is via a relatively new venue called . As Bill Murphy was once quoted at ArtCrit, "afterall, as artists, or name IS our brand."

Monday, July 25, 2011

Summer Days

Newport, RI

Returned from a recent harbor cruise I am confident in my belief that this area is magnificent. Contrary to early pining and departing from basic tendencies, this new millennium has brought a test of my perception of actuality, my own reality and that want to discover and depict it's beauty. Thus, the production has been meager but the results none-the-less satisfying if it were not for the self-doubt wrought from this radical departure from the erratic constancy of my oeuvre. It being grounded in vague definitions.

Let me pine less and beg you the viewer to dare more and examine these works and find what you may of them. Here is depicted the corner-post of the public wharf-age at Newport, Bowen's Wharf, on a fine summer day.

Friday, November 30, 2007


This month some significant changes occur at my website Among them, links to the tired "guestbook" routine have been taken down. After years of service, the notion seems old-fashioned and has "fallen" to the new fashion - blogging. It's time for this artist to get with it. The same is true of the ePostcard, it does appear... and this aspect is being toned down at the site and the BLOG link replaces many intros to the postcard service... it remains available, just slightly less obvious.

Though not flattering, the photo of myself here was taken at Keleti Station, Budapest some years back. Recently, for some unexplainable reason, it has been on my mind... so voilĂ , it's here for "share." Let me end this by remarking that the "hope" is that we hear (read) more from y'all (as my MS uncle might say) in the near future.

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Monday, February 21, 2005


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My initial intent was to challenge our notions of seeing, to demonstrate with a painting what is "in the mind's eye," if you will allow the cliche. More often I have fallen into the simpler ambition of creating something interesting to look at, remarkable would be better. Our ideas bear some relationship to form and color; by accepting the Unknown we may come closer to a personal reality and that may bring us even closer to describing the actuality. Imagery might appear as combinations of thoughts based on memory, shaped by experience and influenced by personality. Our environment has a strong influence. Someone once said, "we see through our own filters," a unique set of filters. Wm. Blake suggested that experience informs our views. If you know Songs of Innocence and Experience, you know this much. Today, I seek to "join the circle", seeking innocence "beyond experience." Often, I am distracted. Was I commanded to "be one of the little children?" Beyond remarkable, the artist might reach for completion... the last painting might be named "Innocence Regained".