Two shots of a few of my paintings in the latest exhibit at a community center in Scott Township, PA:
Above are three of my four classic car hood ornament oil paintings. The other one was sold to a collector out in California earlier in 2017. All are 18×24 inches.
Above left is probably the earliest painting in the exhibit. That is my oil painting of blues musician Robert Cray. I saw him perform and shot him (with a camera) multiple times between 1999 and 2002. His shirt was an olive green color as I remember. I changed it to blue in my 18×24 oil painting.
This is a picture of my sisters mantle over which hangs my mixed-media painting “Swiss Guard”. It is good to have family members live close by who are happy to have (and hang) my art when it is not being displayed in public. It is less than good for them when I do have an exhibit and their walls are left empty for a time. It is bad when they get emotionally attached to a piece which sells after I have removed it from their walls to exhibit.