White Light | 16x20 | SOLD
       
     
Urban.JPG
       
     
Equator | 20x16 | $475 giclee only
       
     
Enoteca | 20x16 | SOLD
       
     
Departure | 16x20 | $495
       
     
Poggio | 20x16 | $960
       
     
Reclamation | 8x8 | SOLD
       
     
Tradeway | 20x16 | SOLD
       
     
Dyscape | 11x14 | $225
       
     
White Light | 16x20 | SOLD
       
     
White Light | 16x20 | SOLD

On a trip to Alcatraz island, I loved this perspective of a gray concrete hallway disappearing into a bright white light at the end.  The hallway itself is also bathed in white light from a large bank of mullioned windows trimmed in malacite sash.

Urban.JPG
       
     
Equator | 20x16 | $475 giclee only
       
     
Equator | 20x16 | $475 giclee only

My haunt near Tam Junction in Mill Valley has the charming French folding café chairs on its two patios. One recent morning, I was enchanted by the varied shadows cast by the chair, a nearby planter and some overhead trees.

Enoteca | 20x16 | SOLD
       
     
Enoteca | 20x16 | SOLD

In this stove top vignette, I was enchanted by both the monochromatic colors and the steam billowing from the pots.

Departure | 16x20 | $495
       
     
Departure | 16x20 | $495

The activity on the tarmac at a small regional airport became a compelling subject when paired with a palette of grays.

Poggio | 20x16 | $960
       
     
Poggio | 20x16 | $960

My husband and I often eat at the bar at a favorite Italian restaurant near our home. This piece captures the light that glows through both the aqua shelves and the clear bottles behind the bar.

Reclamation | 8x8 | SOLD
       
     
Reclamation | 8x8 | SOLD

This painting of a weed sprouting from cracks in a concrete wall reminds us that once man removes himself, nature reclaims its territory.

Tradeway | 20x16 | SOLD
       
     
Tradeway | 20x16 | SOLD

At a carpet vendor in Richmond, California, I was attracted to how their warehouse looked like it hadn't been tampered with for more than half a century. Built in 1910, it was originally occupied by the Pullman Company for repairing passenger cars for railroads throughout the western United States.

This vintage bathroom is essentially unchanged. Only the plastic water bottle suggests the present day.

Dyscape | 11x14 | $225
       
     
Dyscape | 11x14 | $225