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Panhandle Outbound

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

Panhandle Trail, Collier Township

foot of snow, 10 degrees, January, all alone on the trail


Panhandle Inbound

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

Panhandle Trail, Collier Township

same day, on the way home



Winter Colors

pastel, 7" x 5", $50.00

Chartiers Creek, Carnegie-Rosslyn Farms in late November, not quite winter but feeling so, yet the honeysuckle berries are bright in the sun and all the rushes, grasses and brambles bear a soft warmth.

framed pastel painting


Ducks

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

Chartiers Creek, Carnegie

local trails

Along with Panhandle, above, wandering the woods across the hills, tracking along streams, and following railroad tracks through the valleys are some of my favorite afternoon walks.


Bell's Run

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

Carnegie-Crafton

snow and shadows and trees and reflections


Walking the Tracks

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

Carnegie


Scott's Run Road

pastel, 10" x 8", $50.00

Collier Township

pastel painting of back roadframe corner


old farms

I was once quite surrounded by working farms and retired farms with interesting rustic buildings and houses, hillside pastures of waving grasses, old apple orchards and simply quiet open space; now these have been turned to neighborhoods. I managed to capture a few before they disappeared.


Solstice

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

Ewing Road, Collier Township, the last few trees on an old Christmas tree farm, now gone with houses built on the land

The moment when the sun stands still,
as it seemed to at this frigid, snow-covered
winter dusk,
spruces standing dignified sentinel
to the moment
of transition.

(This is another of those beautiful places that isn’t there anymore.)


Frost

pastel, 8" x 8", $200.00

Settler's Cabin Park, Robinson Township, the site of one of the original farmhouses, and the overgrown field with the tracks still clear in the grass

pastel painting of frost


After the Snow Squall

pastel, 10" x 8", $75.00

Ewing Road, Collier Township, a cool old barn at the edge of an old Christmas tree farm


Evening Farm

pastel, 10" x 8", $50.00

Ewing Road, Collier Township, the lovely open hillside that once was a pasture


avian visitors

I feed the birds in several feeders around my back yard, photographing them as they flutter and fly around and occasionally with the opportunity to sketch though it's difficult with all that movement.


Birds in Snow


pastel, 7" x 10", sold

 

my front yard; watching the birds at the feeders is like watching waves on the beach


Jammin Jay Blues


pastel, 6" x 6", sold

my back yard, the blue jays making noise in the mulberry


Snowbird

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

my back yard, a little junco in a snowstorm


Accent


pastel, 6" x 13", sold

 

my back yard, a cardinal bright in the snowy branches


local parks

Even the small local parks offer interesting vistas.


Backroad

pastel, 5" x 7", sold

 

Settler's Cabin Park, Robinson Township


Remnants


pastel, 5" x 7", sold

Settler's Cabin Park, Robinson Township

Remnants of an old farm


The First Shadows of Evening

watercolor, 7" x 5", sold

Carnegie Park


Hills at Dusk

pastel, 13" x 6", sold



Stream in the Snow


pastel, 5" x 6", sold


A Walk in Frick Park


pastel, 6" x 8", NFS


You just never know where you'll find art.


interiors

The stark angled sunlight of winter fills our rooms as well.


Rehearsal Hall

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall, now called the Reception Hall


Winter Window

pastel, 8" x 8", sold

Kelly at my side window, my little cat in the stark pastel light of a winter afternoon looking out at the big winter outdoors


Afternoon Nap

pastel, 6" x 6", NFS, prints available

Stanley on my bed

An old cat, a gentleman,
he has found a quiet spot, upstairs in the afternoon,
and has so perfectly placed himself a little off-center
on the expanse of white bedspread,
illuminated by stark winter light
through the window.
(Stanley finds all the best places.)


structures

Snow falls on everything in winter, and the bare trees reveal scenes we've not seen.


On the Edge

pastel, 6" x 6", $50.00

Carnegie hillside


Snow in the Alley

pastel, 5" x 7", sold

 

 

Barrett Way, Carnegie


Snow Shower

pastel, 5" x 7", sold

 

 

Third and Third, Carnegie


The Shortest Day

pastel, 6" x 6", sold

 

house up the street, a scene I see from my desk every day


Night Window

pastel, 5" x 7", $35.00

house across the way, a scene I see from my kitchen window


in the backyard

Paintings of little scenes in the snow.


The Fallen Branch

watercolor, 5" x 7", $50.00

back yard

certain shades of blue watercolor are impossible to scan


Colorful Shadows

watercolor, 6" x 4", $50.00

back yard


Gentle Shadows

watercolor, 6" x 8", $50.00

back yard

Set Pricing on the Three Paintings Above

They aren't framed alike but are alike enough in content and style that they make a nice grouping.
The Fallen Branch, Colorful Shadows and Gentle Shadows, three for $100.00.


Morning Snow 2

pastel, 8" x 8", $300.00

back yard next door


Morning Snow 1

pastel, 8" x 8", $300.00

next door, other side

Set Pricing on the Two Paintings Above

Morning Snow 1 and 2 are available as a set for $500.00.


Winter Cherry Tree

pastel, 8" x 10", $75.00

outside my studio window


Tracks

pastel, 8" x 8", $75.00

outside my front window


Standing Trees

pastel, 6" x 6", $50.00

my neighbor's back yard from my deck


pencil, ink and charcoal

All are from my little sketchbook, all done en plein air from the woods to my chair at my desk, looking out the window.


Light Woods

pen and ink, 7" x 5", sold

Settler's Cabin Park, Robinson Township


Tree Study

pencil, 5" x 7", sold

 

outside my studio window, same cherry tree


The Sentinel

charcoal, 5" x 7", sold

 

tree at Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall


The Path of the Elves

charcoal, 5" x 7", sold

 

tree at Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall


(Treebeard the Ent)


Creek Study in Snow

charcoal, 7" x 5", sold

my private beach, Carnegie


The Wrought Iron Fence

pen and ink, 5" x 7", sold

 

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall


To Purchase Prints

All digital prints are the full size of the original (the rough edges you see on some of them are cropped off; the size listed reflects the cropped image). They are centered in an 8.5" x 11" sheet of matte finish archival digital card stock (except "Accent" which is printed on 8.5" x 14"). All prints are signed on the print.

Prints are $15.00 each. For now, I have one button to purchase prints. Simply enter the name of the one you'd like to purchase.

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