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I’m continually inspired by the effortless, masterful works of watercolorists from many eras and cultures, particularly Sargent, Homer, Turner, Prendergast, Wyeth, Hiroshi, Zorn and fellow Winthrop native John Whorf. I am further inspired from my seminars with notable artists, authors and friends – Charles Reid, Jeanne Dobie, Don Andrews, and Carleton Plummer. Together with my architectural drawing discipline, all my watercolor skills and experience have helped me in developing a versatile painting style.

In seeking arresting views of the everyday, those flash moments which transform ordinary subjects into fluid watercolor impressions, I attempt to capture some be

Images From Boston

Gliding the Charles – watercolor landscape painting

Gliding the Charles – watercolor landscape painting

After an enormous blanketing storm, this evocative winter vista of a cross-country skier perfectly captures another way the Charles River embankment provides connections to nature for the many residents of Boston, Cambridge and adjacent towns. Painted for the Charles River Conservancy.

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Paintings Of Buildings and Architecture

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Landscape Paintings

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Floral Paintings

Alexandra’s Pinks – watercolor floral painting

Alexandra’s Pinks – watercolor floral painting

The backyard garden of a long time friend, this colorful setting was created with her co-owner – a woman who had contracted and died of cancer. The variety of pink and lavender flowers were some of her friend’s favorite colors and species, and together with the bird bath were also memorial symbols of renewal and recollection in this peaceful place.

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Figure Paintings

Images From Winthrop

Alexandra’s Pinks – watercolor floral painting

Alexandra’s Pinks – watercolor floral painting

The backyard garden of a long time friend, this colorful setting was created with her co-owner – a woman who had contracted and died of cancer. The variety of pink and lavender flowers were some of her friend’s favorite colors and species, and together with the bird bath were also memorial symbols of renewal and recollection in this peaceful place.

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Seascape Paintings

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