Water rivulets course down the keel of a sailboat being readied for launch. Multiple paint layers create an abstraction while the seemingly concave rivulets provide a 3D illusion.
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Silhouetted against a blue sky, the bow of a sailboat “on-the-hard” for winter storage, presents a colorful graphic. Black body, red waterlines, and oxidized mineral streaks on a green hull. Awarded First Prize in the 2012 Syracuse NY Arts Festival.
Form and function compliment each other in this time-honored, hand-crafted canoe. Awarded First Prize at the 2013 Letchworth Park Arts Show.
Varnished oak and mahogany provide warmth and contrast in these converging patterns of curves in the bow of a legendary “Penn Yan” boat.
A work-boat painted in the national colors at rest on Grand Anse Beach on the island nation of Grenada.
While sailing with friends in theCaribbeanon “Lucille”, their 38’ catamaran, and laying on my back on the foredeck, the foresail (the “genoa”) presented this gorgeous sweeping compound curve against the brilliant blue sky.
While hiking a desolate beach on the Samana peninsula of the Dominican Republic, I came upon this abandoned boat. Although constructed of fiberglass, its shape and textures against a blue Caribbean Sea demanded that I capture the image. The fiberglass was so thin that rays from the sun in the background show through the skin […]
Curved stone corridor of the EPA Building in Washington D.C. Beautifully executed converging stone curves.
Stonework arch in the rotunda of the EPA building in Washington, D.C.
Shot on a Caribbean island where building materials are scarce. Walls are constructed of coral from reefs and brick fragments. Bricks were used as ballast on Old World sailing ships, then jettisoned as New World cargo was loaded.