This is a gallery that focuses specifically on paintings of Maine, a source of inspiration and exploration for the last three decades.

This is a gallery of works that investigate ideas about transitional spaces, both figuratively and metaphorically. They are also concerned with issues regarding the relationship between Painting and Photography and how they influence each other in the process of visualizing ideas.

These are the studio paintings created as a result of investigating and documenting destination landscapes from the 19th century through contemporary installations across the country.

This suite of works evolved out of the Pilgrimage project, and have become a sort of epic poem about the many conversations that relate to the American landscape. It is concieved of as a multi-tiered installation where proximity between works change both their context and meaning.

These are mixed media works that investigate the space between painting and photography, as well as the viewing experience of the museum.

Some of my recent paintings exploring the extended format