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30 in 30 Day 21 – The Things You Can’t Remember…

…Tell the Things You Can’t Forget

Oil on stretched canvas, 8″ x 8″


Available here

20th Anniversary of ASLD’s Summer Art Market

is approaching quickly. It will be happening on June 9 & 10 (Saturday & Sunday) from 10 AM until 5 PM each day. The Market stretches from 1st to 4th Ave, and from Logan Street to Sherman Street. A good cure for the summertime blues.

I will be sharing booth # 33 with the wonderful Claudia Roulier.

I’ll have paintings like the now finished “Embracing Chaos” available, as well as monotypes.

You can find a list of more than 260 participating artists here.

I’m still here

and  I have had a painting accepted into the “Guilty Pleasures” show at Spark Gallery.

The show runs through February 3- February 26.

The other painting  I submitted- I  refer to it affectionately as “Big Dick”– was rejected.

That’s okay. I wonder if he’ll ever find a home, beautiful as he is to me.


Poor Edward and other monotypes

“Poor Edward,” 14″ x 11″

“Quixote,” 14″ x 11″

“Heart’s Desire,” 14″ x 11″

“The Omen,” 14″ x 11″

“Mouse Mask,” 14″ x 11″

“Medicine Man,” 14″ x 11″


is suddenly here in Denver. Bulbs poke their heads out of the ground and the daylight hours are longer. After thirty two years here, I still get the feeling in winter that the drear will never end. And the appearance of spring still seems like a surprise.