The attraction of opposites

In Northern New Mexico, autumn is a season that stirs melancholy and joy because it is a sharp reminder of the season to come,

Autumn colors around the corner

I love Spring. I love Summer, but don’t tell them … it’s Autumn that I love the most. You can probably tell

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

Simplification

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

New Approach to Landscapes

My patron, Robert Parsons, suggested I look at the work of Leo Garel. I was already looking at Dasburg and Diebenkorn, so it w

From the Top of Tom Holder Road

There’s a road in Taos County off of State Road 240 called Tom Holder Road. It connects the highway with West Romero Road an

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,