I have just seen the web site and I am impressed! I love the layout and design--simple, straightforward, uncluttered
with the bells, whistles, and doodads that over-eager amateurs bung their sites up with.
And as for the work itself--darn
you're good! I had never actually seen your paintings before. I knew that they were representational and that you
frequently worked in oils, but that was about the limit of my knowledge.
These are extraordinarily potent
works of art (I particularly love the 1921 faimily portrait and the "View From Lauderdale Court"). Your use
of color is masterful--vivid and exuberant and I am amazed time and again at your ability to invest a seemingly
tranquil scene with brooding power. There is a kind of indefinable intensity in the way you depict things. I would
call it a sense of disquiet, but I think that's too simple. It's almost like the way Pizzaro used color to convey a heightened
sense of reality--but then again I have no idea how he did it either.
I eagerly look forward to seeing more!
James Thomson III, author of the short-story collection All Knowing, All Merciful.
I just happened to find your website today. When I saw your paintings I realized that you have a true gift, the
gift of creation. I'm really completely amazed, and feel moved in my heart to see your work in person. I liked
all of those paintings. Each one is so unique in its own right.
I congratulate you for having such an outstanding skill at hand. I will continue to visit your website.
Prasad (in India)