Painting #14 of 21 at the Art Association of Harrisburg in Harrisburg, PA thru November 25, 2009
This figure appeared in one of my latest monotypes. I never planned on creating such a figure, but there it was. There is such a serenity about this figure that I want to become one with it. Perhaps it is a part of my soul and psyche and I just don't realize it. These monotypes do seem to take on a life of their own with a being that comes from out of the blue. On to paper where they can be seen with a message for modern day society--a little more peace and serenity would do us all well.
"Magic One," Monotype, 14" X 12" (framed size), $110 USD
Painting #13 of 21 at the Art Association of Harrisburg in Harrisburg, PA thru November 25, 2009
Just a noonday stroll along a street of the old town. So much character from the ages of life in its quarters--you can almost feel the footsteps of those who have preceded. I love to walk through the narrow alleys, poke my nose into the shops of so many different sorts, watch people as they go about their daily lives, much like these two young women from a few centuries back are doing.
"Deux Femmes et un Chien," Oil on Canvas, 65" X 41" (framed size), $5800 USD