I thought I'd post a few older paintings of mine which are still available for sale---paintings which I happen to like very much and which surprise me at having survived this long unsold. To purchase any of these paintings, contact me. Without further adieu, here they are:
I painted Cityscape on Masonite hardboard in the style of the civilization series I was doing at that time. I may have had it overpriced back then, being one of my favorites---that and being a little heavier than other paintings of the same size on canvas, making it appear less frequently at art shows. Anyway, it's well priced at $400 now and will end up on my own wall soon if it does not sell.
Box Turtle was painted four years ago. I remember not loving it as much as I do now because of the subject matter---I did not think anyone would want a portrait of a box turtle at this large of a size. As a result, I also did not show this at too many art shows. The joke was on me, turns out, for it is now hanging on my living room wall and I love it. The detail in the head alone makes the painting great, in my opinion.
I've loved this one since painting it back in 2006. It was one of my first successful abstract paintings, as I recall. Not sure why it hasn't sold but it's still available!
Moonlit is one of those paintings which I love but which does not really fit in with the rest of my paintings. There is a distinct style difference between this and my other work. I still have another painting produced at the same time as Moonlit---same size and style and price---which is also available; these two would look nice hanged side by side (and I'll cut you a deal on the pair if purchased together).