Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Thank you cards

During our recent trip to the Texas Coast then on to Austin, we found ourselves in need of a place to stay, when our original plan didn't work out. Our niece and her roommate were kind enough to offer a room in their cozy house and we were saved from sleeping in my small two-seater car. I made these thank you cards for them. I'm no master of watercolor, but I do like to play with it.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

"Chaos" opening

Here are some photos from the opening reception of "Chaos" last Saturday night at Ro2 Art.

Printmaker Matt Bagley and one half of Ro2 Art, Jordan Roth.

The constructed bug is by Matt Bagley and the formed pieces are by Nancy Ferro.

Pieces by Mark Burt.

Work by Ken Craft.

A video piece.

The paintings on the right are by Julia McLain.

Here I am with a couple of other attendees.

My paintings hang at the top.

Watercolor skeletons by Pinky Diablo.

Self portraits by Brian Keith Jones.

Clowns by Brian Scott.

A lyrical watercolor landscape by Scott Winterrowd.

Thanks to Susan Roth Roman and Jordan Roth for their invitation to exhibit in this fun and energetic show.

Thursday, July 10, 2014


"Chaos" is the name of a group show opening Saturday 7 - 10 pm at Ro2 Art in Dallas.
It's made up of small works and it includes almost 100 artists, so it should be quite a spectacle. The pieces below are the ones I'm showing. Pics of the event to follow, I'm sure. If I remember my camera.

"Junebug", 8 by 8 inches, acrylic on canvas.

"Jackrabbit Among the Aspens", 8 by 10 inches, acrylic on canvas.

"Mars", 10 by 8 inches, acrylic on canvas.

"Apollo", 10 by 8 inches, acrylic on canvas.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

"Squabbling Magpies" at home

The new owner of "Squabbling Magpies" sent this photo of the painting in its new place, with a couple of cute kids mimicking the birds' quarrelsome pose.
As always, thanks to the collectors for sending this photo to me.

Monday, June 16, 2014

New homes

Three more collectors have kindly sent images of my work on their walls.

One is "Piedra de Caballero", below that is "Gallo Caesar" and then "Gallo Augustus". Thanks to everyone for their generosity and for sending these photos. It's always fun to see the work being enjoyed.