Originals

All original paintings are sold unframed.

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$1,500.00
Georgia O'Keefe's HOme
Her large adobe compound is beautifully preserved, peaceful, and placed in a spectacular setting...you can see why she wanted to be here; her inspiration for paintings is all around the place.
$2,500.00
Two Moons
I've established the allure of the rising full moon over the ocean. What could top that transfixing experience? Two moons...
$1,000.00
Swans
A pair of swans in water, how elegant and romantic?
$1,250.00
Alligator Farm
The true , full service, roadside attractiveness of S. Florida.
$1,250.00
The Last Ride
Came upon this on a walk, told a story.
$1,250.00
Moonlight
Full moon on the ocean is something I don't tire of trying to interpret. I thought it would be interesting with white ink on black paper.
$750.00
Banyan Tree
I find this the most interesting tree I have ever seen.
$10,000.00
Greg's Studio
$1,000.00
B-17 Bravery
Amazing example of true heroism, teamwork and great sacrifice.
$1,250.00
Grocery
My visual story of a bygone era.
$1,500.00
Reserved
Would you like a special dinner for two?
$500.00
Book Fan
I was at an antique store looking for something and saw this old electric fan so I took some photos. At home, I was reading "Magicians and Charletans" by Jed Perl, writing some notes. So with my desk and lamp this became a still life, my first. Reading and painting, things I love to do.
$2,500.00
This painting started out with the fruit on our kitchen counter. Then I added a porcelain compote from Patricia's mother. The knife makes it "edgy." It was kind of like a novel, I didn't know what was going to happen until the end...I ate the fruit.
$2,500.00
SkyDance Bridge
Oklahoma City's landmark bridge, is a 380 foot long pedestian bridge and 197 foot tall sculpture that spans Interstate 40 south of downtown. Inspired by the state bird of Oklahoma, the scissor-tailed flycatcher.
$5,000.00
Across the Road
Picturesque horse barn and acreage near 150th and Portland, Oklahoma City.
$5,000.00
Myriad Botanical Gardens, Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory
It's primary feature is The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conseratory, a 224 foot living plant museum. It is located in the the Myriad Botanical Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City.
$2,500.00
Fall in OK
A fall scene from Heritage Hills in Oklahoma City.
$5,000.00
At the Lake
Boat dock on a peaceful lake, Anywhere, USA.
$2,500.00
Old Pompano
An old cottage from early Pompano Beach, FL.
$2,000.00
Robbers Cave
Near Wilburton, OK
$5,000.00
Getting There
A little homage to the work that the good Sisters do. I feel very lucky to have experienced my education by dedicated and almost overwhelmed Nuns. My "sort of" allegorical painting is maybe humorous.
$2,000.00
Taos Pueblo
Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated a World Heritage Site and a National Historical Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years, the longest in the US.
$10,000.00
Ghost Ranch
Such an exciting experience to visit this part of New Mexico made famous by Georgie O'Keefe with her fantastic interpretations of this enchanting landscape and to be able to picture it myself.
$10,000.00
Taos/Quatro
This painting was done while spending a restful week in a Taos casita. I can testify to the "Enchantment" of the landscape...the light, the shadows, the mysterious beauty are all inspirational.
$2,000.00
San Francisco de Asis
What tremendous subject matter. There is magical visual interest from every angle and time of day.
$2,500.00
Arches National Park, Landscape Arch
Landscape Arch is the longest of the many natural rock arches in Arches National Park UT. Measured at 290.1 feet, considered the longest natural arch in the world.
$10,000.00
Devil's Tower, WY
While I was in the shade, Patricia hiked around "Devil's Tower." A Ranger told me it got it's name from several misinterpretations, from the Lakota Indian name "Bear Lodge" to "Bad God's Tower, and finally into "Devil's Tower."
$2,000.00
Fechin's Studio
Nicolai Fechin came to Taos in 1927 for health reasons and left in 1933. He made intricate wood carvings throughout his house and studio, and what a studio he designed with those great windows on the north side. I am jealous.
$2,500.00
Library
An Irish library near the sea.
$1,000.00
Subiaco, Italy
After a rain the color and atmosphere is what I want to convey, from a medieval Italian mountaintop.
$2,500.00
Italian Vineyard
A vineyard of chianti grapes in Umbria, Italy.
$2,000.00
The Way
On the pilgrim's path of prayer and contemplation.
$500.00
Venetian Canal
Gondalas moving through the canals of Venice.
$5,000.00
Gold Bricks
$1,250.00
The Castle
A ruin on an island north of NYC on the Hudson River across from West Point. A Scotsman built this whimsical castle to store his Civil War surplus munitions, which later exploded leaving this interesting subject matter for me. After a lot of research, it took me two weeks of intense work, but I enjoyed every minute of it.
$5,000.00
Italian Colonnade
A semi-ruin overtaken by nature.
$10,000.00
Arboretum
Dallas Arboretum features 66 acres of spectacular display gardens showcasing incredible seasonal flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees and plant collections in a serene setting on White Rock Lake.
$10,000.00
Tree
Character of a tree
$10,000.00
Snow Victorian House
Queen Anne style Victorian cottage.
$2,000.00
Skiing Holiday
Perfect setting for a skiing holiday!
$1,500.00
I've done so many houses and so many rooms that I thought it would be interesting to combine the two. Reading Joyce Carol Oates and John Cheever short stories, this painting came to mind.
$5,000.00
Chimney Smoke
Greg was interested in the texture of the weathered paint and the feeling of life in a structure seemingly abandoned.
$5,000.00
Family Outing
A family from the 1950's sets out for a day of fun.
$5,000.00
Mansard Victorian
A newer version of the Victorian houses Greg is known for painting.
$5,000.00
Victorian House
Natchitoches, Louisiana's oldest town. Called Roselawn, built in 1903, a Queen Anne Victorian with sweeping porches and turrets.
$2,500.00
Guthrie City Hall
Built in 1902, features all the turrets and towers trademark of Foucart. Site of Oklahoma's Constitutional Convention. Razed in 1956.
$1,500.00