works - nautical - black & white - color - cape cod /
winter dunes wellfleet uncle tim's bridge harbor seals study 1 study 1 study 1 study 1 study 1 study 1 study 1 artist retreat - outerbanks cape study 1 detached 1 detached 2 detached 3 to be titled 76 to be titled 79 to be titled 80 to be titled 5 to be titled 6 to be titled 7 still waters long point to be titled 12 to be titled 13 mystic rhythm snowdrift enigmatic ocean - herring cove sea blade ryan's hope piers 2 - current motion winter's pause long point lighthouse nautical life one after the storm - race point flight line still life buoy off duty - herring cove mother nature piers 4 - submersion ambient light - provincetown chatham bay aground to be titled 16 season's end - wellfleet wood end light 1 american garage nautical bouquet watermarks - provincetown marsh grasses sandwich boardwalk off season - herring cove sea glass piers 1 - sentinels wood end light 2 sea spray boathouse bird houses long point light - b&w boat yard fence with flowers ambient light - orleans silhouettes snack shack - herring cove artist retreat flight corrider painted with light headlong flight breaking the ice a moment of transition wild roses
about cape cod

Although I have lived in Ma. for some time, it was only several years ago that I "discovered" the Cape. Since then I have been captivated by its' singular natural beauty. I feel a strong affinity for the open spaces, ocean, dunes, and the unique personality and charm of each town. I also find Cape Cod to be a most inspiring canvas, which moves me deeply. No matter how many times I have been there, it is different each and every visit. Changed by the tides, the wind, the rise of the sun, the pull of the moon, the shift of the seasons, I never tire of trying to show what speaks to me there through my work.