I am very excited to announce that a retrospective exhibit of paintings, in oil and watercolor, will be shown at the York Public Library, 15 Long Sands Road in York, Maine, from July 2nd through August 30th. I will display over forty works that vary widely in style, medium and scale. I hope you can see them in person. The reception is scheduled for July 12th from 5-7pm, and a list of the artwork on display, and pricing, is provided here.
This is a PDF file that lists the artwork, including thumbnails and pricing for all pieces in the show. The end of the list also offers similar alternate pieces. Please contact me with any questions.
I've recently been exploring work in a totem format: a series of long narrow paintings on paper that echo a totem's use of symbol to tell cultural stories, make social comment or mark events. Sections of Medicine, the Interview and Thinking are shown here.
I will be exhibiting work with these organizations in 2022:
These are not traditional watercolor paintings. In this short 8-minute video I fast-track through my four day process of developing one gilded abstract watercolor, starting with a white sheet of Shizen paper and a few pencil lines, I work through the painting's completion.
My new contemporary art gallery is open at 121 Dennett Rd., in Kittery, Maine. Although the gallery is small, there is a large selection of art and objects. A wide range of art is available by myself and other noteworthy New England artists. There are paintings of course, but sculpture, blown glass, jewelry, prints, photos and more. Private art commissions and art lessons are also available. Please visit www.loomisgallery.com to find out more.
I offer work through a variety of excellent professional sources. If you find a piece that intrigues you, I encourage you to ask about it....I love questions.
My work can be found for sale at Loomis Gallery in Kittery, ME and at other exhibits and pop-up locations shown on this website.
I enjoy working with designers and offer discounts on multiples too!