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Thank you for checking out my website.  I have not updated it for awhile, partly because of the website switch from to, and partly because my husband has been in the hospital and then rehab.  But he's back to himself now, and I'm anxious to get back to posting on my website.  My latest paintings are below:  Sailboat on Blue and  Plein Air Painting.  I'm currently working on a larger landscape  painting which will be posted soon -- please watch for it !  

SAILBOAT  ON  BLUE  is an 11" x 14" oil painting, available at $150.                                                                                                                                                       




A photographer was strolling at our Plein Air event at Smithville Park in Eastampton NJ and taking photos of the activities.  He emailed me this shot, and I thank him for it.  Love the gorgeous colors of a New Jersey autumn!


This was from our trip to Cape Cod a few years ago.  The colors were inspirational, and now we have all that beauty around us here, with the yellows, reds and browns!  It surely encourages an artistic frame of mind!  I wish we could just keep all the foliage the way it is right now, until the Christmas decorations go up:  the next stage of glory!



I donated this fellow to Elin Jeantet at the American Swedish Museum for their annual fund-raiser auction this year, and it now is enjoying its new home in the Poconos with the highest bidder.

I had my first solo art show, all of December, 2018 at the beautiful gallery at the Warden's House, High  St., Mt. Holly, showing 32 of my paintings.  What a thrill!  So many old friends, past clients, and of course family came, and I  sold several of the paintings as well as the plexiglass Christmas decorations.  


WHAT A SUPPORTIVE FAMILY !! At the Warden's House Art Gallery for my show.

WHAT A SUPPORTIVE FAMILY  !!   At the Warden's House Art Gallery for my show.


This painting has now become a favorite of mine (after many agonized revisions) and I'm so happy that daughter Charlene requested to own it.  It's now displayed in Charlene and Kris' home.