Monthly Archives: September 2011


Today, I learned the meaning of a new word (new to me, anyhow): “Namaste”. It means “hello” in India and Nepal. What a great name for a painting, I thought… And so, Namaste!   Namaste – 48″x48″ – Acrylics on … Continue reading

What’s in a name?

I’m often asked how I come up with names for my paintings. In fact, the process is often as abstract as the work itself, and my goal is to keep the viewer guessing. For example, the last couple of paintings … Continue reading

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I did this, instead of packing boxes

I decided it’s more fun in my studio, than out of it. And so, while I have a couple of lingering orders to pack and fill, I instead painted up a storm! My first painting, “City Lights”, is 36″x36″, and … Continue reading

Fables & Foibles, or maybe a Julep

I’m back into colour: bright, bold colours that call out joy and happiness to viewers! Here’s a taste.   Fables and Foibles – 48″x48″ – Acrylics on canvas.   Julep – 48″x48″ – Acrylics on canvas.

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