12″ x 12″, oil ink on Magnani paper. Monotype and painting. Palm at Midnight is part of a series of palms executed over 20 years depicting memories of early childhood growing up alone in New Orleans in the 1950s.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Birds have been a lifelong subject of interest. Not so much as objects of scientific curiosity, rather a more visceral interest. There were birds in my past, past memories like summer camp in Maine with bird watching as an eleven year old boy, or childhood in Louisiana where the “sport” of hunting birds was much more prevalent…
18″ x 12″, oil on board. Exhibited as part of series titled “Dreams, Myths, and Memories”. A twist on the Biblical story in that Jacob’s Ladder is inaccessible due to a loss of his arms. Collection of the artist.