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3 Piece Jazz – 10×12 acrylic on stretched canvas. Another painting combining my 2 favorite subjects in art…..the paintings of Picasso and New Orleans Jazz musicians Advertisements
Picasso’s Cello Player – 10×12 acrylic on art board. I’m a huge fan of Picasso’s cubist paintings. This was completed during a time when I was reading several books about Picasso’s life. I love the effect Picasso has had on … Continue reading
Ray Charles 24×48 Acrylic on plywood. Another in a series of black and white paint only originals. This image is from one of Ray’s many album covers, so the image is not entirely original.
Charlie Parker/Blues Sax Player 24×28 Acrylic on 1/2 inch plywood One of the great blues/jazz sax players. I painted the wood solid black and used only white acrylic paint for the highlights….this is becoming on of my favorite style of … Continue reading
Melted Paino 48×24 Acrylic on Hardi Board
11×14 Acrylic on traditional stretch canvas. #1 in a series of 12 jazz/Picasso inspired paintings. This one was the first and now hangs in my Mother’s house…
48×36 Acrylic on 1/2 inch press board. Unframed. Another favorite BB King painting using only white paint on a black board. Using a reference photo, I chose to paint only the highlights. I loved the expression in his face and … Continue reading