Come to Paradise! March 23-25, 2018 Marlborough, Massachusetts

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My next show at the Paradise City Arts Festival is fast approaching, and I’d like to invite you to come see some exciting new art.

The show runs Friday, March 23 to Sunday, March 25, and will be held at the Royal Plaza Trade Center in Marlboro, Massachusetts.  About 175 artists from around the country will be displaying work.

I will have over 50 new paintings on display, including the all of the paintings done so far in my project to do one larger painting every week this year.

This will be the perfect opportunity to begin a new art collection, add to an existing one, or find the perfect gift for the art lovers in your life.  Please come and say hello!

Royal Plaza Trade Center
Marlborough, MA 01752
Free Parking!
Paradise City Website

Show Hours:
Friday: 10 am-5 pm
Saturday: 10 am-6 pm
Sunday: 11 am-5 pm

Admission:
Adults: $14 | Seniors 65+: $12
Students: $8 | Three-day pass: $16
Children 12 and under free

 

A Tour of My Booth

This is a quick tour of my booth at the most recent show, in March 2017

Some New Paintings on Display

About Me

Ten years ago I took a deep breath and stepped away from a successful career as a computer programmer to paint full time. Since that big move, I’ve made over 1000 paintings, and when possible I paint every single day with a zeal and passion to produce the very finest work for my collectors.

My focus is on the common, everyday objects we have all around us, transforming them into art that celebrates mood, drama, and sometimes simple humor.

I’ve shown pieces in numerous galleries throughout the US, been featured in several international art publications, and placed paintings in about 500 collections worldwide, but my biggest satisfaction remains the look on an art lover’s face when they deeply connect with one of my pieces and truly “get it”.

I spend my days looking around me to find inspiration for new work that will move and delight those who love my paintings. I hope you enjoy them as well – let me know if you did!