Spectral Shift

Shifting from realism to a shifted spectrum, I make up rules and stick with it. Red=shadow. Blue=highlight. Ramp down the deta

Like a shaggy dough

During the COVID-19 isolation, I’ve watched a lot of videos on how to make no-knead breads, soughdough breads, and flatb

The view from above

I have made a series of paintings that reflect natural shapes that humans create on the landscape – at least in our area. I


I am on a mission to simplify my painting. I have become swamped with details and everything has suffered. The paint was dull

Images from space

I have been looking at the work of Richard Diebenkorn as a way to abstract a landscape and I have found myself here: Painting

The Indolence of Isolation

Here is a new painting I’ve done during the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine. It was a canvas I didn’t particularly care for,

Painting from the top of Tom Holder Road

There are dozens of places in the Taos area that have become favorite views for painters and photographers. One of them is the

Going through the inventory

I have decided I have far too much art stacked up in the corners of my home, studio and storage spaces. It’s time to sac

More Bruegel influence

Here is a favorite Bruegel painting, “The Fall of Icarus,” which I used as inspiration for my painting “A Busy M


More work with the masters. I have always admired the work of Francisco Goya and as I scanned through his famous images, one s