Have you ever looked into the mirror and made faces? No? Me neither.

It is a fun, annoying and whimsical portrait of me saying - Yeah Yeah Yeah

This is a still life drawing of shoes I have collected over the years.

This drawing depicts the artist’s face, left intentionally vague and feint while his hands are more detailed and finished. The drawing is meant to illustrate a quiet and contemplative reflection on the human condition. It is no accident that the artist’s hands are the focus here.

Wanting to Speak 

  • Oil on Aluminum
  • 4" x 6"

Waiting to Eat

  • Oil on Panel
  • 15.5" x 15.5"

This is a portrait drawing of my wife Caroline.
This piece is part of a series of portraits that I painted in 2008. All of the paintings at that time contained empty "unfinished" areas. I let the drawn image and underpainting come through. Also the focus is on the mouth. You can see that both color and application is richer and more finished there.
Also: "Crazed" was used in the fundraising efforts for The Art League's 60th anniversary.

  • Oil on Wood
  • 16" x 16"


  • Oil on Aluminum
  • 8" x 10"


  • Oil on Aluminum
  • 8" x 10"