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888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
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888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

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Studio

Studio

Studio

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

888 Griffiths Way, Mainland ML12345

TEL: 987.654.3210
EMAIL: info@yoursite.com

Bio

Bio

Boomer Magazine

Interview—"Personal Passages", Aug/Sep 2017  p.78

 

ArtGuide Magazine

Feature Section—"Coastal Art", July 2016  p.16

 

ArtGuide Magazine

Feature Section—"Plein Air", June 2016  p.16

 

"The Gallery Artist Show at Gallery Flux"

The Hanover Local, July 22, 2015

 

VMFA Instagram

Painting on the VMFA campus July 16, 2015

 

Fulton Hill Studios—Space to Create

Fulton Hill artists' studios. 2015

 

VMFA Tumbr 

Painting on the VMFA campus, 2012

 

"Petite Perspectives"

American Art Collector Magazine | November, 2012

 

"Memories Past and Future"

Article by Jo Lords, Richmond Times-Dispatch, 2012

Crossroads Art Center

Richmond, VA 

 

Cabell Gallery

Lexington, VA 

 

Gallery Flux

Ashland, VA 

 

Stewart Gallery on Main

Gloucester, VA 

 

 

Galleries

Look, look, look...It used to be the first written words we learned: "Look, Dick, look." "See, Jane, see."

Do you ever look behind you...above you, below you, to your left or right? How many breath-taking sunsets have you missed because you were driving east in the evening, or you were too busy thinking about work to see the moon setting in the morning? Have you ever wished you had your camera with you to capture that moment, or—and this is the big one—never appreciated a view until a building went up in front of it, or a bulldozer plowed it under? Haunted by such events, I try to capture those moments, those views, before they disappear. 

Whenever possible I paint en plein air, with a painting knife and water-soluble oils. When you look at my paintings, realize that some of them represent views that have already changed, and not for the better. While expressing my impressions of the sensory stimulations, I am also documenting that which is all around me—realistic impressions, if you will. And all the while, feeling time move on. 

 Tick, tock, tick, tock…

I maintain a working studio at Fulton Hill Studios in Richmond, Virginia.

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