Meyer Gallery, Santa Fe NM

December 8-14, 2017

I am pleased to announce I will be teaching a  




When: October 19 - 21, 2017

Where: Franciscan Life Process Center
11650 Downes St. NE
Lowell, Michigan 49331 USA

Contact: Kathleen Bechtel, Art Director
(616) 897-7842

Art reveals the evidence of our experiences and values; in observing and creating, the artist suggests themes that are essential to his character, and perpetuates the making and sharing of experience. Through art, subjects become significant to us in unique ways, aesthetically and conceptually.  The artist must be aware of the spatial and formal reality of the subject but also of subtle personal impressions, memories and symbols that may be inspired by the process, and which comprise the content of the work.

Through lecture and demonstration this workshop will not only reinforce an understanding of composition and form, but will also explore methods to break up and simplify the subject, then reconstruct it in new and surprising ways.

I hope you will join us!

Ancient Hills 24" x 36"
Cumbrian Spring 24" x 36"

Bridge at Callander 6" x 12"sold

Callander, Scotland on the Eas Gobhain 20" x 30"sold

Gorse and Stone 12" x 24"sold

Muingreevagh, Near Downpatrick Head 24" x 48"sold
Harrowed Field 12" x 20" sold

Midmorning 11" x 11"

Quietly Grazing 6" x 6"

Thistle Creek 28" x 28"sold

A Warm Winter Morning, Sevier River 15" x 42"

Coastal Farm 16" x 20"

El Atardecer 12" x 24"sold

June Morning, Spring City 7" x 14"

Quiet Evening 9" x 18"sold

River Tees Near High Force 18" x 40"

Farm on the North Atlantic 10" x 16"sold

Winter Remnants 6" x 12"sold

Sevier River, March 6" x 9.5"

Warming Season 12" x 18"

Distant Copse 15" x 24"
Autumn Dusk - Everitt Farm 10" x 16"

Fallen Branches, Chipping Campden 8" x 8" 

Green Pastures 17" x 48"

Long Winter's Passing 10" x 16"

Thawing Fields, March 7" x 11.25"

South Valley Farmland 24" x 48"

Thistle Creek (April) 8 "x 8"

Thistle Creek (Spring) 8" x 8"

Gentle Turn on the Sevier River 6" x 12"

"It is all about the arranging of marks on a surface, 

and the creation of an abstracted version of reality, with

the suggestion of things that are unseen, but felt."

 I invite you to read a recent interview in The Artist's Road.