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Blustery Day

14" x 20"

The sun doesn't always shine bright and warm. Sometimes the wind blows harsh and cold and the snow swirls and stings. It might be easier to stay in bed but we don't. We continue to work, create, shop, go to school and carry on. We are sprung from the sea, the rock, the land. We may suffer from erosion on occasion but we always keep going forward.

Christmas Cove

19" x 15"

...a place where we can all still believe.

Crone's Cottage In Winter

13" x 17"

Appreciation, respect and understanding of the natural world is the work of the Crone. It can be risky too, as they sometimes run afoul of members from the more traditional and scientific community.

Hometown Jubilee

18" x 26"

Take part in the celebration of Hometown America. The good, the bad, the funny and the unfortunate, the lucky and not so lucky. All the rhymes and rhythms that makes growing up in a small town with real character, worth remembering.

Lighthouse Point

18" x 13"

I like the sea, I have no idea why, I just do. So, every now and then I paint a picture just to indulge this particular fancy.

Port Moonbeam - Print

16" x 24"

The moon has a powerful impact on the tides and people. No telling what sort of mischief folks around Port Moonbeam will get up to when the moon is full.

South Sea Expedition

7" x 9"

*Less than 1/3 of the edition remaining.

Summer Breeze

14" x 26"

It's been one heck of a year! Take a break and recharge at the beach! Relax, catch some sun and let the summer breeze take you away.

Sunflower Bay

17 1/2" x 15 1/2"

17 1/2" x 15 1/2"

Well, who doesn't like sunflowers? A field of sunflowers is mesmerizing. Almost every gardener grows a few sunflowers for the birds but sunflowers are an important farm crop, yielding valuable oils and feed and best of all, sunflowers are beautiful. From the smallest, to the biggest and silliest flowers, they are some of my favorites!

Take Me Out To The Ballgame

18" x 26"

"Take Me Out To The Ball Game" - whether you are in the city or the country there never was a better way to spend a summer day than to watch the hometown heroes battle with the brutes from away. Peanuts, popcorn, and Cracker-Jacks, the old ball game is about as American as you can get.

Wintery Gale

8" x 20"

When the winter winds blow fierce and the ice and snow build up on your boat, you know it's time to head in off the open sea and get out of the weather. The little harbor on such a day must have been a welcome sight to those old time mariners.