TRANSFER: HOW DID I GET HERE


The art in my series, “Transfer: a sSearch for Personal Place,” explores ideas of migration, exploration, and relocation; the pieces are born of my transient lifestyle. Imbedded in this work is the paramount symbol of economic development, the train, a vehicle that enables the transfer of ideas, cultures, products and people from one place to another. Collectively, my works define place as a living environment that evolves as people, ideas, and things are accumulated, experienced, and passed along.


Each final artwork, a balance of the abstract, the representational and sometimes the figurative, blurs the distinction between painting, graphic art, and digital modeling. My path to get “here” has been many things: purposeful and unexpected; carefully designed and blurred in my memory; designed and accidental. Its been a journey!


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Big Ideas | oil on canvas | 40in x 40in

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Connected | photography and oil on aluminum | 12in x 12in

Upstairs Downstairs Antiques Gallery | Boston MA

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Transfer | photography and oil on aluminum | 40in x 40in

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New Territory | photography and oil on aluminum | 12in x 12in

Upstairs Downstairs Antiques Gallery | Boston MA

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Then and Now | photography and oil on aluminum | 12in x 12in

Upstairs Downstairs Antiques Gallery | Boston MA

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Insight | oil on canvas | 40in x 40in

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The Sky's the Limit | photography and oil on aluminum | 12in x 12in

Upstairs Downstairs Antiques Gallery | Boston MA

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Pick Up Spot| photography and oil on aluminum | 12in x 12in

Upstairs Downstairs Antiques Gallery | Boston MA

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A-train | oil on canvas | 20in x 20in

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Whispered | oil on paper | 8.25in x 10.5in

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Napa Bound | oil on metal print | 18in x 24in

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Red Rider | oil on metal print | 18in x 24in

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