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lake effect

Sunset along Lake Michigan. 

40" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas


An early study of leaves. Trying to capture their many subtleties.

40" x 24" Acrylic on Canvas


This was an actual encounter. The fallen tree, not the buck. As a young boy I, along with friends, explored every inch of Iroquois Park in Louisville, Kentucky. Not a long walk from my house. Many Summer days were spent looking for fossils, snakes, lizards, turtles - whatever we could find. This is one of the first places where I discovered how connected I felt to the forest.  

28" x 14" Acrylic on Masonite


25" x 36" Acrylic on Canvas

At one of my favorite camping sites stands this lone tree just feet from a cliff's edge. I've frequently sat beneath it on sunny days; during times when the fog from the valley below was so thick and reached so high, the tree and I were both fully cloaked; as a thunderstorm raged and I sheltered in my tent; and during evenings as a campfire warmed it with orange shimmers. It's not massive. It's not particularly gnarly or has an impactful presence.
It just seems to resolutely occupy its space and peacefully endure, not making any big statement. But it sure is a friendly, welcoming site to me when ever I pay it a visit.


14" x 28" Acrylic on Masonite

That's pretty much all this is. Clouds, for me, are still a difficult thing to paint. I never seem to  create them satisfactorily. This one comes completely from my imagination.


20" x 16" Acrylic on Canvas

This painting comes from a photograph I took many years ago on Ektachrome slide film. I came across it stored in a basement box. Time and possibly temperature had color shifted the emulsion to the purple side. Cool! I liked the change and decided to paint the subject. I must also give credit to the female mallard who so patiently endured my close approach, as I did not have a zoom lens with me. She continued doing her thing as I paused and appreciated the moment. One last credit has to go for my name selection.     Thanks Jimi.

20"x16" Canvas GICLÉE $222.00

20" x 16" Fine Art Somerset Velvet Bamboo, Estrada Paper  $222.00

20" x 16" C-Print - Satin Paper  $52.00

20" x 16" Poster Paper, Satin  $40.00

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28" x 14" Acrylic on masonite

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20" x 24" Acrylic on Canvas

This landscape comes from a park near my home. I'm standing in a dried creek bed looking up at the snow covered forest. This is also my first fox painting. I see this one as intent on a meal, perhaps a mouse sheltered beneath the log or alert to a nearby sound that has caught her attention.

20"x 24" Canvas GICLÉE $292.00

20" x 24" Fine Art Somerset Velvet Bamboo, Estrada Paper  $136.00

20" x 24" C-Print - Satin Paper  $80.00

20" x 24" Poster Paper, Satin  $60.00

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30" x 40" Acrylic on Canvas

During one of my many walks at East Fork in Clermont County, I came across an interesting, hallow stump.
I was attracted to the thick, textured bark. As I approached, a chipmunk scurried away from under the leaf litter. It seemed appropriate to place a few in this painting. I could almost hear their leaf scampering as I painted them into the scene.

30"x 40" Canvas GICLÉE $574.00

30" x 40" Fine Art Somerset Velvet Bamboo, Estrada Paper  $298.00

30" x 40" C-Print - Satin Paper  $128.00

30" x 40" Poster Paper, Satin  $166.00

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16" x 20" Acrylic on Canvas

Walking around a farm, I came across an old barn. I appreciated how the wood planks were weathering.There was a bit of history written in the wood. Locations where a plank had been placed, then removed. A hammer strike here, a bent nail there. A tire leaning against an outer wall. A long dormant tractor hiding in the shadows, one of the smaller front tires flat, tread marks still in the soil marking the day it had been parked in this spot. I wondered what kind of day the farmer had been having. Coming around to the sunny side, I was presented with this composition. I was intrigued by the textures of wood and metal. I added the butterfly in my studio to complete an implied diagonal from lower left to upper  right. Plus, she adds a bit of life to an otherwise  sterile scene.


The barn has long since been torn down. The farm replaced with homes and stores. I'm thankful to have experienced that serene area with the singing birds and chirping crickets. But it makes me think, what was the area like before the farm?

16"x 20" Canvas GICLÉE $222.00

16" x 20" Fine Art Somerset Velvet Bamboo, Estrada Paper  $100.00

16" x 20" C-Print - Satin Paper  $52.00

16" x 20" Poster Paper, Satin  $40.00

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