Sunday, October 14, 2007

The Road Not Taken

I have 3 paintings in a show called
"The Road Not Taken" - Journeys into Nature

It's organized by the D&R Greenway Land Trust and will be held at the Marie L. Matthews Gallery at the Johnson Education Center, One Preservation Place, Princeton, NJ (off of Rosedale Road). The show opens October 15, 2007 and runs until January 11, 2008. 35% of all sales go to support the D&R Greenway’s land preservation mission.

Meet-The-Artists RECEPTION: Thursday, November 8, 2007: 5:30 – 7:30 pm

POETS’ & ARTISTS’ RECEPTION: Thursday, December 13, 2007: 5:30 – 7:30 pm

The poets' reception is an interesting twist on an otherwise typical art exhibition. Because of the Robert Frost connection in the show title, poets are invited to visit the exhibit and choose a work of art to inspire their own work. At the December 13 reception, poets will be reading these poems. If you're a poet and you're interested, more information on how to participate can be found the Land Trust's website.

The theme of this show, land preservation and pathways into nature, is right up my alley, since I do a lot of painting on preserved land. These are the 3 paintings I have in the show:

"Winter Over Amwell Valley"
12x24 oil on canvas

"Towards Stanton Mountain"
8x10 oil on panel

"Pine Tree Trail"
11x14 oil on canvas on board


  1. I love all three paintings you have chosen for the show ... but I think the first is my favorite. I love the solitute feeling I receive when I look at it. The feeling of depth is wonderful also. Good luck on this show I'm sure you'll do well.

  2. beautiful use of color. Your treatment of water is spectacular!