The Artwork


Fine Art Photography

HDR Photography

I began experimenting with this format about 4 years ago. The popularity of the photographs was overwhelming, and I began offering them for sale in limited quantities. I shoot in wide screen 16 x 9 format, and standard images are offered matted in custom frames that measure roughly 14 x 20 inches. If possible, I will crop photos to standard sizes, however, if I feel that cropping compromises the finished photograph, I will not do so. I can also print images larger in 16 x 9 format. Images can be purchased as signed prints either matted or un matted as well as the framed images.

Fine Art Painting

Proprioceptive Oil Paintings

Merriam Webster defines the term Proprioceptive as: of, relating to, or being stimuli arising within the organism. At the time I stumbled across the word, it made sense as most of my work at the time was based on internal stimuli from within myself. Jackson Pollack once stated that  “The modern artist is working and expressing an inner world…expressing the energy, the motion, and other inner form… the modern artist is working with space and time, and expressing his feelings rather than illustrating.”  These pieces certainly met the criteria for that definition. Conceived as a tribute to my paternal grandfather. An artist and musician in his own right, in four short years he had imparted on me a love of art & music that has stayed with me to this day. 


Ride a Wooden Horse




Cool Ocean Deep 16

Fine Art Painting


I conceived of this concept while I was studying painting at Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia. Based loosely on the poured acrylic paintings done by Morris Louis in the early sixties, I took it one step further by taking additional pieces of canvas and layering them on the base painting. These are labor intensive to make, but have been well received and I’ve sold quit a few of them.

Fine Art Painting

Free Form Paintings

A little bit of everything these pieces reflect my love of the Abstract Expressionist movement of the fifties… a blend of Arshille Gorky, Jackson Pollack, Willem DeKooning, Joan Miro, Fernand Léger, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline, Lee Krassner and Clyfford Still, with a large does of myself thrown in for good measure. There is no particular rhyme or reason associated to these paintings, they are rather as the mood struck me…



Fine Art Painting

Current work

I am still working on some free form pieces, however have begun a new series of work I call Equinox. Drawing loosely on the work of Mark Rothko, Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth Noland, Morris Louis and Barnett Newman, this latest body of work is characterized primarily by large fields of flat, solid color spread across or stained into the canvas creating areas of unbroken surface and a flat picture plane. My work however places emphasis on gesture, brushstrokes and action as well as an overall consistency of form and process. In color field painting “color is freed from objective context and becomes the subject in itself.”


Fine Art Painting

Still Life and Landscapes

Where it all began was landscape painting on weekends somewhere in the country. I’ve always had a love of impressionist and post impressionist painting styles used by the likes of Monet, Pissaro, Mary Cassatt, Berthe Morisot, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, and began abstracting the landscape more as I driften into non objective painting… These are some of those early works.

Victoria Farms No. 5 24 x 36