My paintings are in collectors homes and businesses in Europe, the US and New Zealand. They are generally expressionistic and may have abstract elements such as what you see in “Women, With Towel.” I also do watercolor as well as pen and ink drawings I use both hands simultaneously to create the pen and ink drawings. I do the music drawings in the audience, creating impressions of people, instruments and space. Some of my work is travel related, such as Russian Faces and Heart of Lightness from my travels in Africa.
Most of my work would best be described as expressionistic. I have a series inspired by Hopper and another by Van Gogh, two music series (one in acrylics and another in pen and ink), a series called Enamorado con Amor (In Love with Love), and various depictions from our travels all over Europe including our extensive stays in Rome, Paris, Valencia, Holland, and multiple cities in Poland. Some of these are in watercolor, others in pen and ink in addition to acrylics. I have trained at the Corcoran, as well as with several Spanish and American artists.
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We travel extensively. The blog is most about these travels, predominantly in Europe. I share my observations and photos as well as my drawings and paintings, and illustrated books.
Here is a slide show of some of my recent works: