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Power Plant Past Cliffs (Spain) / acrylic 

Europa 2005

Power Plant Past Cliffs (Spain)
12×16 acrylic
started 2005, finished 2012

Cove Near Almeria (Spain) / acrylic 

Europa 2005

Cove Near Almeria (Spain)
12×16 acrylic
started 2005, finished 2012

Series of paintings featuring funiculars…

Funiculaire(s)… those little railroads which transport people up challenging hills within cities or mountains. About 4/5 passes of paint on the each – you can see the buildup process…

Orange House in Ernakulam (Kerala, India) / oil pastel

Untitled

Orange House in Ernakulam, Kerala, India
Oil pastel on paper

Diptych(ish) Postcard from Rhodt, Germany: Watercolour and Photo

Once upon a time in 1992, I hitchhiked around Germany (and other Western European countries) and met up with my dear pal Trevor in a magical, fairytale town near the Rhine River called Rhodt unter Reitburg.

To earn some deutsche marks, we would gather chestnuts in the woods, and sell them to the tourists who enjoyed eating Kastanien, boiled, while drinking the excellent local wine. While passing time at our “stand,” I painted the local environs.

Now, with the wonders of the Internet, I can find photos of the scenes I only remember has faded watercolour pencil sketches. In this case, one of “crazy” King Ludwig’s summer villa/castle of some kind… Resplendent with ancient grape vines in the foreground.

via Instagram

Tripunithura Train Station (Ernankulum, Kerala, India) / oil pastel

train station

Tripunithura train station (Ernakulam, Kerala, India)
Oil pastel on paper

Green House in Ernakulam (Kerala, India) / oil pastel

house in india (ernakulam, kerala)

Green House in Ernakulam, Kerala, India
oil pastel on paper

Satan lives in Moab: painting + story (born from a song)

My pals in the defunct Provo, Utah band from the 1980s had a song called “The Devil Lives in Moab” and the Canyon Country Zephyr newspaper also had an article about Satan sightings in the area. With these facts in mind, i wrote a story about Satan living in Moab and (as the song dictated) sold hot dogs.

Then, for a spoken word performance of the story, i (and Marty Kendall) painted this mixed media mural on a refrigerator box. Along with a few others, it lived in my VW bus for many years and now it is gone.

Sunset, Little Bay (Jamaica) / acrylic

Untitled

Little Bay, Jamaica / Sunset
Oil on stretch canvas