Latest Work

Window of the Sea Wind Sculpture 2022 submission for Paint the Peninsula. 10"x8" panel

Trask Rock. 2022 submission for the Wilson Museums art exhibit. 10"x8" panel

Chris Callahan sailing the shellback he built during a Small Reach Regatta.

A TSCA row to Long Cove on a surprisingly sunny April day, 2021. 12'x9" panel

Boat building project at the Wilson Museum. Available as a post card in their gift shop.

Gifted Gray squirrel, one of many, visiting our front porch. 3"x5" Tempanel.

Gifted Haywood, my niece Jackie's dog. RIP 5"x7" Tempanel

Gifted A Xmas present for my mother. She loves her spa. 5"x7" tempanel.

Gifted Bags and Barque, for Susan's birthday.

SOLD. Collecting Castine 2021 auction entry. Inspired by an BW photo from 1900's

SOLD 2021 Paint the Peninsula entry, rainy day at the Reversing Falls Bridge.


Penelope from a FB photo. 5"x8" on Tempanel

Rivus during a Small Reach Regatta. 5"x7" on Tempanel


Bags and Barq, summer swim off the island in front of our house. 5"x7" on Tempanel

From another FB photo taken by Dave Tew 5"x7" on Tempanel


January 2021, I took an online course by Koo Schadler, a wonderful ET instructor. The assignment was this still life on 3"x5" panel. I did the Beast to use up tempered paint and to get a boat in the scene.

While taking Koo's class I needed a break from all the little fussy details so I painted from a photo I took of Curtis Island Lighthouse a few days earlier during our TSCA's New Years Day row.


Saul, the stock whisperer. Whose stock investing advice has made a profound difference in many lives...and at no charge!

The Wood Turner, Temple Blackwood, demonstrating his craft at the Wilson Musuem, Castine, Maine.
My submission for the Wilson Museum's Collecting Castine 2020 (cancelled due to Covid19)


I've done several Reversing Falls Bridge in watercolor, this is the first in ET.

Gifted My first commission! A request from a good friend and Naval Academy classmate. It's done in egg tempera, Susan using her battery powered snow shovel after a blizzard.


Susan likes to arrange stones, these are our old well capstone.

Curtis Cove, East Blue Hill, Maine

 is is my attempt at an egg tempera done at a workshop conducted by Phil Schirmer, January 2020.

And I soon discovered that egg tempera tastes good, at least to a puppy.

Susan didn't want live flowers for Valentines Day so I found a rose painting on the internet and did an egg tempera version.

Another egg tempera taken from a water color by Mike Boardman.


My melonseed Rivus on her mooring, Blue Hill Bay

Gifted Our neighbor, Meg Maiden's boat, visible from our house.

Gifted Just a frog

Sculpture at Emerson Park, Blue Hill Town Wharf

My take of a Phil Shriver rock painting

More experimenting with ET, trying to paint rocks like Phil

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