Welcome! So glad that you are here, viewing my art. Many years ago, while living in Amsterdam in the 70's, I began to transform from poet to painter. The ubiquitous portraits by Van Gogh and Rembrandt called in that direction. They demanded truth-telling and a reading of a person's spirit in his or her face. Likewise, their colors had a certain density-of-being; hard to resist. I hope you see both truth and tonal vivacity in the work I have done over the years.
Older work, which you can see in my galleries & shop, is work either for your delectation or for your walls or both. It comes in various dimensions you can select after you click the link to buy. My latest art work goes in two different directions. One direction is Epic: in works the size of windows. It is done as if I were a graffiti artist using spraypaint on a three-dimensional surface like a wall--but in this case, the images are sprayed on pleated shades. You can see examples at the Shop, such as Jerry Le Chat, or on this page see The Novelist, Arrived. The originals for these, as well as wall size prints, are still available. Please use the Contact Page to email me if you have interest in possessing the originals.
The other direction I have taken is more like haiku than epic. In my new book, called Alice at the Rabbithole Cafe, there are both depictions of café life and portraits that are soul-searching but small, like woodcuts or etchings rather than paintings. What ties together the two kinds of drawings in the book? They are all done on the iPad and all taking a Baby Boomer point of view on life. They present an art that parallels the experience of that generation: worlds of possibility and disillusionment, eatme cakes, a reality that could open, in an instant, into the strange and wondrous.