• Skin Deep 1, oil on canvas, 40in x 40in, 2013

    Skin Deep

    The paintings in the Skin Deep series combine magnified details of a myriad of flowers from my garden to create hybrid images of exotic, alien-like species...
  • Seagull

    Spiral

    2013 : Accessing large collections of birds’ nests and feathers, this series of paintings references the exponential accumulation and decomposition of organic matter by incorporating the Fibonacci principle, a mathematical sequence...
  • Oil Painting: Catcher 68" x 72"

    Entanglement

    2011 : The Entanglement series focuses on books, titles and text as subject matter juxtaposed with images of birds' nests...
  • Paperbacks, oil on canvas, 65"x84"

    Accumulation

    2008-2010 : These paintings are memorials to the amassing of material items, synthetic and organic, permanent and fugitive, collections that take years to acquire...
  • Mask, 42 x 7, 2007

    Crowds

    2006-2007 : These paintings depict images of crowds of people juxtaposed with subjects from nature...
  • Hair, oil on board, 24" x 24"

    Nests

    2005 : Oil on board studies of nests...
  • Blush, oil on canvas, 32" x 81", 2002

    Arrangement

    2001-2003 : The paintings in this series are about the chance arrangements that occur when trees and skies collide...
  • Morena, 13' x 84", oil on canvas

    Reservoirs

    2001, 2006 : The reservoirs portrayed in these paintings are located in the Southwest region of the United States.... The tranquil beauty of these pools of water disguises the critical role they play in our everyday lives...
  • February 1999, oil on canvas, 18”x33”

    Nothing Is the Same

    1998 - 2005 : Nothing is the Same is a series of paintings that evolved over a period of seven years from 1998-2005.... The paintings reflect changing conditions in light, weather, time, seasons, natural catastrophes, and urban development...
  • Trees Series

    Trees

    1999 : What remains constant in these paintings is the height of the tree, the width of the trunk, and its origin from the ground. Every other condition placed upon each tree changes -- the type, the season, the weather, the sky, the land, and the light...
  • TreeHouse, Oak Grove

    Mixed Media