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The Big Easy

July 2, 2014

12″ Tall x 16″ Wide Watercolor

This is a scene from New Orleans on Canal Street.

I painted this as an entry into the 2014 / 51 Southwestern Watercolor Society Show.

The original is not for sale, but high quality 12″ Tall x 16″ prints are available on watercolor paper for $150.00 plus shipping cost.

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Riding the Rails on Canal Street, New Orleans

November 9, 2013

Watercolor 2o” H x 28″ W
Canal Street

Mary Karam Gallery

February 6, 2012

I am proud to have 2 paintings in this exhibit at the Mary Karam Gallery in Denison TX.

Denison TX Train Yard

November 20, 2011

Denison Tx Train Yard
16″ x 14″
Watercolor
Award: 4th Place SWS Denison Fall Paint Out November 2011
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The Green Dragon and Petunia

September 2, 2011

September 1, 2011
10″x10″
Gifts

The Green Dragon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Petunia

Staging

January 24, 2011

“Click on the image to enlarge”
18″x24″ Frame Size
Available

This scene continues my fascination with the trolleys in uptown near my office. The maintainance facility is right across the street and each morning the workers stage up the trolleys for the days departure. Each morning there is a mini traffic jam creating tension. I tried to reflect that tension in this scene. I entered this painting along with “Vanilla Ice Cream and “Loading Up” in the 2011 Texas and Neighbors Regional Exhibition competition.

Load Up

January 10, 2011

“Click on the image to enlarge”
15″ tall  x 14″ wide
Available

In this scene the trolley is being over taken by foreign tourist for a ride up the famous Powell street. Almost everyone is carrying a full back pack and no one is talking. The city is bustling with pedestrians moving quickly and quietly down the sidewalks in every direction going who knows where. The majority of the pedestrians have ear phones in their ears listening to music. I find the energy exciting and refreshing. Most of all I am impressed with the friendliness and kindness of the locals and the tourist.  There were artist everywhere, making art. It was a nice trip.

Vanilla Ice Cream

December 31, 2010

“Click on image to enlarge”
16″x20″
Available
January 2011 SWS 2nd Place Painting of the Month Award

This young San Francisco shopper was desperately trying to cross the street to catch the trolley without loosing her vanilla ice cream or her sweet roll. She actually made it to my surprise.

San Francisco Castro Trolley Line F

December 25, 2010

16×20
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For Sale 
I recently visited San Francisco on a business trip. This is a scene from the Castro F line between the Uptown and the wharf.

Accepted Lake Granbury Art Association Juried Show and Exhibit

August 31, 2010

Caboose-Edgewood, TX 
With Attitude-Alba, TX
Tracks-Waxahachie, TX 
My watercolor paintings above have been accepted into the Lake Granbury Art Association Fall Festival Art Juried Show and Exhibit. The Exhibit will be at The Shanley House Gallery, 224 North Travis , Granbury, TX 76048 Sneak preview of show on Friday, September 24th during Granbury’s Last Friday Gallery Night. The Shanley House is open until 9pm that evening along with several other venues around town.
Awards reception will be on Saturday, September 25th starting at 6:30pm. Presentation at 7:15pm.


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