Thursday, October 22, 2015

Fine Blue Heron (SOLD)

Something a little "tighter" than I usually do.
Oil on canvas 12"X16"
Thank you for looking.
This painting is sold.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Little White Dog

This was a fun little thing. 
Oil on panel 6"X8"

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Price: $95 USD plus $12 USD s/h

Monday, October 19, 2015

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Friday, October 16, 2015

Still Life with Lemons (SOLD)

This was a fun little still life I did one lazy afternoon.
Oil on canvas 12"X16"
Thank you for looking.
this painting is sold.

Friday, October 9, 2015


A life guard station sits unattended in the company of oceanfront gazebo's on the beach in Nag's Head, North Carolina.
Oil on canvas 16" X 20"
send me an email if you would like to buy this painting.
thanks for looking.

Thursday, October 8, 2015

East West (SOLD)

here be 1 shrimp headed east and one headed west.
Go Bears!
Oil on canvas 11"X14"
this painting is sold

Wednesday, October 7, 2015


In tune with keeping completely off track...ballyhoo.
Oil on canvas 12"X16" 
this painting is on hold.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Blue (SOLD)

For a long time I have tried to come up with a better name for this painting of a blue shrimp boat in Wanchese Harbor. So "Blue" seemed to fit my mantra.
Oil on canvas 24" X 36"
I am going to call this painting officially my 1500th painting and post. Not such an important number really, but 1500 times now I have clicked on that "publish" button and tried to remain true to that wonder that is painting. That in itself is somewhat impressive. Yes. I hope to complete another 1500 or at least my masterpiece. I must believe it is still ahead of me. Thank you for coming to my blog and thank you for buying all these paintings!
This painting is sold.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Friday, October 2, 2015

The Sailfish on Avalon Pier (SOLD)

One year, (possibly 1990), someone caught a sailfish from the end of The Avalon Fishing Pier. The wind had been blowing steady out of the east for what must have been 2 weeks. The wind brought the gulfstream on shore. I saw flying fish jump at the edge of the piling and the weeds and plants that line the gulfstream were littered up and down the beach. Charlie Falk owned the pier. There was a sign next to the "Avalon Fishing Pier" that read "Charlie Falk Auto". Charlie had a special display case built on the facade of the pier house.   For years after a replica of the fish baked behind the glass in the afternoon sun.
Oil on canvas 10" X 30"
This painting is sold.



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