Bikes to Canoes, Page
Clink on this link Family Marshall Trip Part 1 to follow the Marshall family through the woods and down the rivers, around the Gulf and the Florida panhandle on a travel adventure. The final panel shows a NASA shuttle blasting off. Guess who is on that ship? Follow their adventures in Part II
- Watercolor and Ink on Moleskin Watercolor Paper
- 3.5″ x 10″
- In a private collection
Maxx at Home
Detail, Maxx at Home
- Oil on Canvas
- 12″ x 12″
- In the collection of N/AM
Maxx has the perfect house for a little boy. The river edged by woods lies just over the levy. The bike trail leads to town or far from it. The place has a magic to it, just as the boy does. Maxx’ magic touch is easier to see in the detail. He’s the treasure at the end of the rainbow. His parents aret barely visible inside the picture window, which is enveloped in another rainbow. An eagle soars in the distance.
Passages on the Mississippi River
- Oil on Ampersand Gessobord
- 48″ x 24″, diptych
- Limited Edition Giclée Print on archival paper, 24″ x 12″ image size – $395, plus shipping
- Contact the artist.
I grew up not far from the Mississippi River. It’s an awesome river, beautiful, powerful and dangerous. The Mississippi continues to be heavily used, abused by some, and for me, a symbol of adventure and freedom.
The photos in the still life represent generational passages. They are of myself and one of my sisters, our grandmother and our grandchildren. We’re all in front of the same viewpoint found in Riverview Park in Hannibal, MO.
There is a fish fossil being uncovered in the foreground near the turkey feathers. A variety of insects are in the still life mix and the male red winged blackbird courts the female while an eagle soars overhead through voyaging clouds. The full moon rises in the east.