Work from over the years. . . These works are grouped visually, not chronologically. Lots of art from before 2010 back to the early 1980’s or “newer” work not featured in the other galleries.
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“Flight” ~24 X 18″ Collage on panel. Washington, DC, Circa 2003. I was not Art-prolific while we lived on Capitol Hill, but spent a lot of time at the National and Freer Galleries and the Phillips collection soaking up amazing works.
“DC3″ ~36 X 24” Collage panel. Washington, DC, Circa 2003. Not named after an aircraft. Third in a series painted in DC. A gift to JK
“Moon Wrapan” ~18 X 12″ Collage panel. Washington, DC, Circa 2003. Reminded me of Japanese commercial product graphic design.
Nautilus 48 X 24″ Acrylic on raw canvas. This is Mom Jen’s favorite of my paintings. I recall that I painted this one while living in the converted tobacco barn near Chapel Hill, N.C., mid-80’s.
Storm Agave ~ 36 X 24. Acrylic on raw canvas with collage. LP collection. This is a New Mexico “Agave” painting.
Hez’s. 6 X 24″ acrylic and collage on panel. Notation on reverse : “To Hez [Heather] Christmas, ’97.” Collection HB.
Levity HR purchased this from the 2011 Tombaugh Gallery, Las Cruces, New Mexico show with Deborah
Welch Prickett. At the suggestion of Janice Cook, I submitted work to the Tombaugh. It was my first exhibition in New Mexico. Sold in an estate sale, location unknown.
A Peach for Rosebay. ~ ’07. 5 X 16″ Collage on panel. I think that this one was made in Alamogordo, N.M.. Gift to Mom Jen and Dudley D.
Summer Storm, Ramsuer 24 X 24″ Collage and acrylic on panel. This one is the only older work I have at Unsettled Gallery
Sails. ~36 X 24 I used cast of materials from the days I was working at the Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville. Note the sail etching from a large wall graphic trimming, middle left. Middle right is fabric from a discarded FMNH flag . . .
The RR comes to NM
Pinellas Point ~ 48 X 36. I painted this on the deck of my Father’s studio on Pinellas point where I grew up, summer break from U.F. I remember that M. C. Richards was complimentary of this painting. I had no idea who she was, but she was obviously a revered artist visiting Eckerd college where Dad was the art department chair. Very cool in retrospect.