Time and Place
Here you will find my ideas about where people belong in both space and time. There are people for whom I have invented places and there are places that imply the presence of people. Some are paintings of people just waiting. Killing time waiting. Some human events may be in a place or time not their own. But always, there are the contradictions. The incomprehensibles; the quirks.
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If you don't yet know everything, follow the sign I found on the Mediterranean coast of France. "Pedestrians must stay in walk zone." No venturing out into danger.
acrylic and mesh on canvas 24"x18" $900
Of the Heart
Surrealistically this is about women and who they are. So many facets. I included lots of symbols.
Acrylic on canvas, framed. 28" x 22" $1200
The first man is the caretaker of the earth and its abundance.
Acrylic on canvas 25" x 30", framed $1450
Who was here? Where is he/she? Will he/she return? Journeys are endless or a few minutes.
Acrylic on canvas 16"x22", beautifully framed $700
I originally placed this studio model in a pastoral scene. A male person made a crack about her being an Amazon on a hill, an ideal icon others could idealize. So, I placed her on a factory roof to bring her down into the fold of humanity, and she still stands for feminism.
Acrylic on canvas, self framed. 29.5" x 20.5" $1250
An abstract autobiography
Acrylic on canvas, framed. 20" x 24" $950
This is the every woman who cares for others, loves her lover and is at one with the moon and nature. Find your own symbols.
Acrylic on canvas 28" x 22" $1225
This could have gone into the "Waiting" series, but the series never got very far. This and the following painting were always meant to be in the "Waiting" group. How much of our productive time do we spend just waiting for the next thing to happen. This young lady has waited long enough.
Acrylic on canvas, framed. 24" x 20" $950
Waiting: Jet Travel
We wait in line; we wait for return phone calls; we wait for appointments; we wait for movies to start. The last painting showed a woman tired of waiting for someone else to join her or maybe to be served. This painting shows many of the ways we have nothing to do, for hours sometimes, before getting on a jet plane.
Acrylic on canvas 37” x 17.5” $1300
My never-ending pleasure of being in Miami for the winter. The multicolor leaves change almost daily. Not knowing how or why they do gives them a mysterious source of wonder for me. The ti leaves on the left are not for making ti. They are used in Hawaii to flavor food.
There's not enough computer manipulation to put this one in my Digital Intervention gallery. This started out as an innocent photo of three bromeliads in a riverstone bed with a sandstone paver border and some deep, black-magenta, long fingered leaves next to them. But I played with it all...on my canvas.