225 Amador Drive, Acrylic on Gessobord, 8″ x 8″
Hot off the press! My painting Forsythia and Japanese Maple (24″ x 12″, Oil on Canvas) appears on the cover of Connecticut River Review 2014, the national poetry journal of the Connecticut Poetry Society. Additionally, my poem “Riff” and my wife’s poem “The Move” are included in this issue. Thank you to editor Pat Mottola for her ongoing interest and support of our work.
Alive, Oil on Canvas, 20″ x 20″
I love abstract. The first kind of art that made me realize my passion for visual art was Abstract Expressionism. This piece was inspired by the show So You Think You Can Dance. I have two left feet, but I love to watch dance, to which I respond emotionally. I like the idea of the visual becoming pure feeling.