Link to my page "African-American artists"

Opening Reception

Friday, Feb 15, 2019,  6-8:30pm

Bank of the Nile from Roda Island,  oil on canvas, 8x10"

Nile Reflections, Twilight, oil on linen, 5x7"

"Egypt: Curbs and Tea Runners"

Color-Mixing Workshops:

(all supplies provided)

ALL Colors:  Sunday, Feb 17, 2019, 1-5pm, Richmond    COMPLETED

Neutrals:  Sunday, Feb 24, 2019, 1-4pm, Richmond   COMPLETED

Greens!:   Sunday, Mar 24, 2019, 1-4pm, Gloucester  UPCOMING! (Details)

Falling Spring Falls II, oil on canvas, 30x24"   $1750

View of Shenandoah Valley (from I-64), oil on canvas, 12x16"   $600

#AllTreesMatter, #BurningTreesMatterNow, 12x24, acrylic on canvas

After Edward Bannister's 'Under the Oaks', 9x12, oil on canvas

"Black Lives Matter"

Feb 15-Mar 15, 2019

First Unitarian Universalist Church

1000 Blanton Ave

Richmond, VA  23221

(804) 355-0777

I am so pleased to be part of this exciting show!

I appropriated (with permission) Kris Straub's cartoon, "All Houses Matter", a brilliant explanation of why #blacklivesmatter does not negate #alllivesmatter, but is important NOW. I hope my analogy does the whole concept justice.

In 1876 Edward Bannister won first prize at the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition for his painting Under the Oaks. The judges were going to rescind the award when they found out he was black, but the other artists insisted the award be given. The painting's location is currently unknown. Fortunately, a sketch by Bannister exists. It is based on this that I created my rendition of what the painting might have looked like, using pigments he would have had available, and some of his other paintings. I learned so much, pouring over his marks, his values, his composition.


It was a true honor. 

Pillar of Pompey, Alexandria, oil on canvas, 8x10"

Stewart Gallery—  Shades of Green

March 1-30 2019

Stewart Gallery

6655 Main Street 

Gloucester, VA   23061

(804) 693-2696