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Rise From the Ashes

16 x 20"

Oil on Masonite |  Framed


Available for Showing

(Never Shown in Gallery Before)



19 x 25"

Charcoal and Pastel on Paper  |  Framed


Available for Showing

**Shown at 2017 IX Arts Convention

(Never Shown in Gallery)


Tangled in Violet

20 x 24"

Oils on Masonite |  Framed


Available for Showing

(Never Shown in Gallery Before)


The Lost Path

6 x 6"

Oil on Panel  |  Framed

This painting was inspired by a path in a patch of woods, local to where I live in New Jersey.


Available @ Lovetts Gallery


A Vision of the Past

20 x 24"

Oils on Masonite  |  Framed

The passage of time and the feeling of nostalgia are messages I wish to share through this piece of art. A Vision of the Past portrays three portraits, mixed smoothly with a still life through surreal elements.  This painting was inspired by sketches from my childhood.


Available @ Lovetts Gallery


A Scene From the Seven Tubs

10 x 12.5" 

Charcoal and Pastels on Paper  |  Framed

This piece features a landmark local to the Wilkes-Barre/ Scranton area.


Available @ Lovetts Gallery


A Wheel Within Wheels, A Web Within Webs

24 x 16"

Oils on Masonite  |  Framed

I decided to base this painting’s narrative around a modern interpretation of the often overlooked and forgotten character found in Greek Mythology- Ariadne, daughter of Minos, King of Crete. There are many different interpretations of translation, speculated theories, and backstory details surrounding Ariadne’s role in aiding the hero, Theseus, in his quest to defeat the Minotaur. 


SOLD | Private


Of Earth, Heaven, and Sea


Charcoal & White Pastel on Paper  |  Framed

In Hans Christian Anderson’s original tale of The Little Mermaid, the mermaid realizes that by the end of her allotted time on earth, she cannot get the prince to fall in love with her. Her sisters barter with the antagonist (the sea witch) and are given a dagger that the little mermaid must slay the prince with, which will allow the mermaid to live on. Instead of doing this, the mermaid throws herself into the water and dissolves into sea foam. Her newfound soul does not fade, but rather becomes an air wraith that is promised to heaven. 

Anderson’s version paints the heroine as a more beautiful, more innocent soul- untouched by jealousy and emitting a love more pure than the will to survive. What may be surprising to most is that Anderson’s original story was written as a heartfelt love letter to a man named Edvard Collin. The story was said to symbolize his inability to have Collin just as a mermaid cannot be with a human.


SOLD |  Art Renewal Center Foundation 1st Place & Purchase Award


Time Without End

5 x 11.5"

Oils on Masonite  |  Framed


SOLD  |  Lovetts Gallery


The Ashes of Our Thoughts

9 3/4" x 8"

Oil on Masonite  |  Framed

“There was a silly damn bird called a phoenix back before Christ, every few hundred years he built a pyre and burnt himself up. He must have been the first cousin to Man. But every time he burnt himself up he sprang out of the ashes, he got himself born all over again. And it looks like we're doing the same thing, over and over, but we've got one damn thing the phoenix never had. We know the damn silly thing we just did. We know all the damn silly things we've done for a thousand years and as long as we know that and always have it around where we can see it, someday we'll stop making the goddamn funeral pyres and jumping in the middle of them. We pick up a few more people that remember every generation.” – Granger - Ray Bradbury – Fahrenheit 451

Inspired by Fahrenheit 451, created for a group show @ Lovetts Gallery


SOLD | Lovetts Gallery