This original 17 x 21 in. watercolor painting depicts the old and new courthouses overlooking the historic Public Square of Medina, Ohio. The old courthouse in the background was first built in 1841. Originally painted back in 1998, the painting was pulled from my archives and redone with my new & improved talents, now it ranks as one of my favorites.
I thought you'd like to see the "before" and "after" paintings. I guess I've learned something over the years!
This original 20 x 30 in. watercolor painting is of the Terminal Tower and soldiers monument on the Cleveland Public Square. I attempted to capture the image, yet add a flair of modernism and abstract design. At the top of the tower a pair of falcons made their nest, and return every year to roost. The artist's brother is the installer and keeper of the "Falcon Cam" that people can view the falcons high above the city of Cleveland, Ohio.
This original 11 in. x 14 in. watercolor painting was inspired by a story regarding a loved one who appeared as an angel shortly after her death, in the form of a Hummingbird. Before her passing she promised she would come back and visit as a Hummingbird, and she did.. Hummingbirds bring an innocence to our world that few others can match.
Hooligans Irish Pub, located in Put-in-Bay, OH on the Lake Erie Island called South Bass, was a commissioned project as a gift for the owner of the pub. The original is 15" H x 22" W, and there were several 11" x 14" prints made for the owner to give to friends, family, and co-workers. The original can be seen hanging in the pub itself.