Rue Saint-Paul, Old Montreal

Rue Saint-Paul, Old Montreal

I could not stop photographing this narrow old street in Montreal last summer.  Most evenings I would pace around, waiting for the lights to come up.  I could probably just work on Rue Saint-Paul for a year and not run out of material.  It’s a touristy area now–all restaurants and shops and art galleries–but it really is a lovely old European-style piece of Montreal in spite of the souvenirs and overpriced drinks. This is 8...

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Houston Street in the Rain

Houston Street in the Rain

More rainy day images from New York–just following people around, looking for the right combinations of umbrellas, trying to keep my camera dry… This one’s 8×10 on thin (1/16 inch) artist panel. Click here to bid, and go here to see all paintings on...

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Looking Up

Looking Up

Wandering around New York on a sunny day, looking for something to paint…why not look up? This is 8 x 10 on 1/2 inch fiberboard, with slots in the back for easy hanging.  Click here to bid, and go here to see other paintings on eBay.  And you can always check out my gallery on Daily...

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Springtime in NY

Springtime in NY

Lexington Avenue on a sunny spring afternoon.  Love the water tower on the rooftop.  Any time I can work in a water tower, I do it! 8 x 10 oil on 1/2 inch board with slots in the back for easy hanging.  Go here to bid, go here to see all paintings on eBay, and go here to check out my Daily Paintworks...

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Lyon

Lyon

Lyon is an endlessly photographable city, and still I’ve only managed one painting from all the images I have. More to come! This one is 8 x 10, oil, on 1/2 inch board with slots in the back for easy hanging.  Click here to bid and go here to see more paintings, or here to see my gallery on...

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Girl with Umbrella

Girl with Umbrella

  I took this photo on a rainy day in the meatpacking district, which is of course not at all about packing meat anymore, and is instead about selling art.  As always–it starts to rain, and I step outside with my camera and start looking for some umbrellas to paint. A bright blue umbrella is a gift–I just followed her around until I got the scene I wanted. 8 x 10 oil on 1/2 inch fiberboard, with slots in the back for easy...

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Phone Booth

Phone Booth

  You almost never see anybody using a phone booth in New York.  Come to think of it, you almost never see a phone booth in New York. This was one of those rainy days when I was walking around Greenwich Village in the rain, looking for interesting shots of wet pavement and umbrellas.  A rainy cityscape. 8 x 10 oil on 1/2 inch board, with slots in the back for easy hanging.  Go here to bid.  You can also see my other paintings on eBay or...

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34th Street, New York City

34th Street, New York City

For some reason, I just loved this particular view last time I was in New York.  I walked across the intersection dozens of times taking pictures.  I’ve painted several versions already, and I’m not done–I’m working on a few more now. This one is 6 x 6, oil on 1/2 inch board with slots in the back for easy hanging.  Click here to bid.  Go here to see all my paintings on eBay, and check out my Daily Paintworks gallery,...

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“Soho Street”

“Soho Street”

  This is one of those paintings that pleased me so much that I just couldn’t stand to part with it for the longest time.  I just loved that little bird in the middle of the street. Anyway, I think I can stand to let it go at last, especially as I now have another four or five, painted much more recently, that I can’t bring myself to part with. It’s strangely hard to give some of them up! This is 8 x 8 oil on 1/2 inch...

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Eggplant!

Eggplant!

  It’s the middle of winter, so what am I doing?  Pulling out photographs from the summer!  This, of course, was taken at the farmer’s market, where the big piles of beautiful produce are impossible not to photograph. It’s 8 x 8, oil on 1/2 inch thick fiberboard with slots in the back for easy hanging.  Click here to bid and go here to see my other...

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