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Selected past paintings in private collections.

SUNRISE OF SEVEN COLORS
This painting juxtaposes a massive sun over a nondescript city skyline. From the Sunrise-Sunset series.
16 x 20 framed watercolor, 2021

semi-abstract sunrise over abstract downtown

EVENING GAME AT DKR
The electric vibe of a full stadium during football season at the University of Texas.
22 x 28 framed watercolor, 2021

Darrell K Royal Memorial football stadium at the University of Texas

BOCCA DELLA VERITÀ
The “Mouth of Truth” in Rome appears in the movie Roman Holiday. Legend has it that if you put your hand inside the mouth, and you’ve told a lie, your hand will be bitten off.
12 x 15 framed watercolor, 2020

BLUEBONNETS AT APACHE SHORES
Bluebonnets, the state flower of Texas, in April
16 x 20 framed watercolor, 2021

bluebonnets in a field

LEAVING THE CITY BEHIND
Our life is controlled by devices and schedules. This painting minimizes those things we deem as important, and instead, illustrates the vastness and magnificence of nature. From the Sunrise-Sunset series.
11 x 15 watercolor, 2021

sunset city nature abstract

THE BAT BRIDGE
The old Congress Avenue Bridge in downtown Austin hosts one of the largest bat colonies in North America. Every evening at dusk, 6 million bats emerge from underneath the bridge to hunt for food.
15 x 22 watercolor, 2019

bats emerging from under the Congress Ave bridge in Austin Texas

SOLAR POWER
This painting juxtaposes a massive sun over a nondescript city skyline. From the Sunrise-Sunset series.
16 x 20 framed watercolor, 2021

abstract sun over high rise buildings

DRIVING INTO AUSTIN
The old Austin skyline depicted with an ink-and-wash technique.
20 x 30 framed watercolor + ink, 2018

semi-abstract Austin skyline with ink and watercolor

GRAND CANAL #1
Venice, Italy
16 x 20 framed watercolor, 2018

TOWER OF TEXAS
The University of Texas tower depicted with an ink-and-wash technique.
8 x 8 watercolor + ink on canvas, 2018

ESCAPE OF THE FISH
An abstract using the ink-and-wash technique. An unintentional image of a fish appeared clearly in the finished painting, leading to the title.
11 x 15 watercolor + ink, 2019