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!
Edition of 1000
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.
18" x 14"
This image was originally painted as a commemorative poster for the first annual Cambridge Valley Balloon Festival, held in June of each year. I have had so many people ask for it, that I decided to release it as a limited edition fine art print.
9" x 12"
When those late days of autumn roll around, those days when the snow is in the hills and the sun yet shines warmly in the valley, this is the time we take pause and reflect, perhaps with regret or perhaps with satisfaction on the season passing and summon our courage to look forward with hope and confidence at the season approaching.
17" x 24"
The great tradition of the circus... When I was a kid there was the fair and there was the circus and that was just about the highlight of the summer that we looked forward to each year. I can well remember the circus when it came to a nearby town and my father would take us down to see the great show. There was shooting, knife throwing, fire eaters and high wire acts. It was fantastic! What I remember best, was one summer the elephants got loose overnight and got in the local gardens. As I recall, cabbage was the favorite crop to loot. I don't recall if the Gypsy people were a big part of these particular shows or not but I do remember the Gypsies traveling through the area in their colorful caravans, drawn by fine horses, making small encampments as they went on their way to who knows where. It was a different time. Somehow I think we have lost a lot of color from our lives.