Blue Humidity

Some mornings by the water are undeniably blue. There are times when I cannot believe what my eyes see, can the blueness be real? Without exaggeration, it looks heavenly. The water has soft formless edges that flow into each other. The sky is a mist of saturated...

Feeling the Season

Sketching is a profound but simple way to observe the mysteries of the changing season. I dart around the page and capture the rhythm and flow of the place.  The pen flows and skips across the surface in an attempt to note just the parts that help me to understand...

Effortless Line

There is mystery held within the beauty of the seashore and it always surprises me.  I take a conscious breath as that is key to capturing the fleeting moment. Even in a quick sketch, the light of the particular moment is present. Only a slender line holds the fragile...

Pairings: Poetry and Images by the Sea

YOU ARE INVITED! The poet Susan Baran and I finally had the chance to work together to create “Pairings”, a small magazine of coordinated images (drawings and paintings) and poetry we made for the 3rd Annual Zine Fair at Ille Arts in Amagansett. The fair...

Two Minute Ocean Sketches

Ocean Wave 2 minute Sketches 5.5″ x 8.5″  ink/paper You might think that by now I would be looking out on the ocean and be almost bored by what I see.  But the sensation is just the opposite. I fall in love again and again. The ocean is always different...

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