This was a wintertime project, playing with my camcorder.
In an ongoing search for recycled materials, I “ran” across some red carpet. In a Mark Rothkoesque fashion, my intention was simply to create a landscape feel with one horizon line. It’s glued on painted board, 17″x22″.
This painting was inspired by small mountain lakes in the Tongass National Forest, near Ketchikan, Alaska. Oil on Canvas, 40″x30″
On Long Island, as in much of the country, birds once called common are engaged in an unsettling baffling vanishing act. Recently the National Audubon Society released a list, compiled from 40 years of data, of the top 20 common birds declining nationally. These 15 are no longer common on Long Island. Like the honey bees this past year, no one knows exactly why bird populations are declining. This is 18″x24″ black sand on canvas
There’s been a growing number of creepy incidents at Walt Disney World. People have been smuggling in their loved ones’ remains and sprinkling the ashes on their favorite rides. It’s actually become a big problem. I’ve been enjoying taking more pics with my cell phone. This one is from a television ad for the theme park.