A Truck in Mitchell, GA

In a little town called Mitchell, GA, there is a building with half a truck attached to it. It’s a 1954 Cheverolet. I don’t know what else to say about it, except I don’t think this is what an engineer in Detroit had in mind.

Peaceful Times

Last week I finished this painting of a rocking chair in a log cabin. The chair is sitting outside in on the porch that divides the two sections of the old structure. What captured my attention and led to this painting was the simplistic peacefulness of the scene. No TV’s, computers, smartphones, game consoles, notifications,Continue reading “Peaceful Times”

Rapid Progression

It seems like an eternity ago, but it’s not even been two years since the original shutdowns began in 2020. With that in mind, it was only then that I started my painting journey. When people hear that I’ve only been painting around a year or so, they can hardly believe it. Some think I’mContinue reading “Rapid Progression”

Creating a New Species

Do you like flowers? I do. And I like butterflies, too! But painting them (I’ve never tried butterflies) is not my specialty. That is why when I decided to paint some flowers I saw on the side of the road, it didn’t surprise me when the final product didn’t look like the picture of theContinue reading “Creating a New Species”

The Old Target

If there is a sight that you’ll probably NEVER see in a big city or suburb, it’s the sight of tall, uncut grass and weeds. Wait, I think I’ve seen stuff like that in Chicago. On the other hand, maybe it’s the old 55-gallon drum in this painting that doubles for a burn pit andContinue reading “The Old Target”