I’ve been going through some images that I made five or more years ago. Meet You at the Corner (above) is one of them. I just realized I’ve never actually had a print made of it before—tomorrow’s the day!
In April, many of downtown Boston’s sidewalks become lush with pink and white magnolia trees. A particularly striking display of blossoms can be found on Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay.
Chinatown Sky (above) began with a photograph I took here in Boston in Chinatown. I really liked the curve and shape of this building. I thought it could make for an interesting art subject, but sadly, once I had painted the photograph, I just didn’t find the overall piece interesting enough…
I’m honored and a wee bit ecstatic to be an Artsy Shark featured artist! The article highlights my emotional connection to the city of Boston and the ways that I express that through my art.
My Boston row house inspired painting “After Midnight at Number 3” is finished. I think of it as a narrative painting because it suggests that a story (however mysterious it may be) is unfolding at the moment that is captured in time.
Rowhouses, like so many of the mid-1800s era ones found here in Boston, often capture my imagination. And you know that delicious spy-like feeling of walking through your neighborhood just after twilight, when the lights are going up in homes…
“Boston Hybrid” (above) joins Boston’s historic Longfellow Bridge to the city’s newer, modern Zakim Bridge. They meet in the middle in an imaginary scene along the Charles River. Why? Let’s rewind to October 2015.