Second in my latest series of “Repurposed Classics”. This 1964 Pontiac Bonneville calling out.” Save me! Don’t you remember me?” Yes we do. And with fond memories.
I was out walking along the White River bluff in Goshen the other day and heard a splash. I walked through the woods to an overlook and saw a deer swimming across. The sun was coming up and created a dramatic backdrop for this image. Gicleé canvas and paper prints are available in custom sizes. […]
Had an amazing garden this year and, as you can see from my latest paintings, focusing on some of our bounty and agricultural scenes as subjects. I was fascinated by the shape and name of this particular variety, Costolluto Genovese. I will be posting print prices soon. Please feel free to email me with any […]
I love experiencing the hay harvest and watching machines and families come together for this important time. The harvested hay is vital to the survival of livestock during lean winter months and needs to be harvested in a timely way. That’s when I discovered “Pete’s Truck” loaded with fresh cut hay in the field by […]