This page is an overview of what you can expect on each "Gallery" page and an explanation of what makes me want to make a painting. 


My Carolina Coast is mainly the South Carolina and Georgia coastal areas which offer wonderful opportunities for creating artwork.  In addition, I have a tab "Other Coasts" for my paintings of Maine, Newfoundland and the Monterey coast of California.


A few years ago the City of Greenville tore down its "car" bridge over the Reedy River falls and replaced it with a pedestrian bridge.  The result is a wonderful downtown destination.



Many people who travel to South Carolina beaches or drive through the state on I-95 going to Florida never know the beauty of the Carolina Upstate.  They miss so much.  I hope after seeing these paintings, you will want to spend some quiet time in this heavenly section of the Carolinas. 


The Faraway Places section include many of the places I have been fortunate to visit.  Watch for new additions coming soon as I have plans to travel to Peru and the Greek Islands this year.


Like many artists, I never know what subject will grab my heart and demand to be painted.  So, I have included a tab called "Florals and Other Stuff" which includes still lifes, florals, portraits and anything that doesn't fit elsewhere.

A word about prices.  My smallest watercolors, 11" x 15" matted and framed to measure 16" x 20," are typically priced about $200.  My largest oils and acrylics, usually created on 24" x 30" gallery wrapped canvas with the sides finished and sold unframed, are priced about $800.  Other sizes are priced somewhere in between.  If you have an interest in anything that is available, I will be delighted to give you a quote.   Many of my paintings are also available as prints.