Seated Woman – Jade, Emerald Green & Coral Wall Art Buy Now A moody nude figure painting of a seated woman painted in rich jewel-tone shades of emerald, jade and coral. The effect is both classic and contemporary. Painted digitally on my iPad. Imagine this artwork in a feminine bedroom or a dramatic foyer. Each […]
Flamenco Dancer Sketch Flamenco dancer, Soledad Barrio, sketched from memory after watching her perform with Noche Flamenca, in New York’s East Village. This quick sketch captures Barrio’s exquisite final moment of stillness at the end of her final piece of the evening. You Might Also Like
Buy Now A dramatic close up view of a hot pink carnation, painted digitally on my iPad in shades of fuchsia, lipstick pink, rose, and deep plum. This chic floral would create a joyful vibe any space. Imagine this artwork in a home office, feminine bedroom, or powder room against a dark wall. Each print […]
Buy Now In this atmospheric view of New York’s Central Park, the afternoon light illuminates the Great Lawn as New Yorkers head in multiple directions, as if performing a dance. This Central Park black white and gray artwork was drawn on my Ipad. The mood is nostalgic, evoking the feeling of strolling in the park […]
Buy Now Introducing a series of four blush pink and black vintage-inspired fashion sketches, drawn on my iPad in moody shades of charcoal against a soft peachy blush pink background. The vibe is old world, feminine and romantic. These artworks can be combined as a set in a gallery wall arrangement or hung individually as […]
I’ve always been a fan of Berthe Morisot, one of the founding members of the Impressionists and an all-around inspiring woman. When I heard there would be an exhibit of her work at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, I immediately made plans to go. Morisot’s painting style always seems looser and fresher to me than […]
Heads up about a couple of fantastic holiday sales in my shop + deadlines to receive your orders by Christmas Eve. 25% off Prints & Home Decor 25% off all prints – Monday, December 3, 2018 25% off pillows and shower curtains – Wednesday, December 5, 2018 Each sale runs for 24 hours beginning at 12:00 […]
Buy Now In the middle of the summer, the setting sun creates brilliant tunnels of light on the streets of Midtown Manhattan, causing New Yorkers and tourists alike to stop in their tracks. This colorful, contemporary impressionist New York City art print would add a sophisticated urban vibe to any space. It was painted digitally […]
An impressionist view of the “secret” 19th-century garden behind the Merchant’s House Museum in the East Village in New York City. Painted digitally on my iPad, this verdant oasis in the middle of Manhattan evokes a slower-paced, more genteel era. Painted in shades of green and terra cotta, with pops of red and violet, this […]
A young woman lost in a painting of Monet’s garden in Giverny, France at the Metropolitan Museum of Art was the inspiration for this new art print. Painted in lush, colorful watercolor, this impressionist style Monet’s garden art print is both whimsical and contemplative. It’s part of my series of paintings on looking at art. Each […]
Carnations and roses in full bloom surrounded by a riot of green foliage. This fresh floral art print is painted in drippy, fresh watercolor in soft shades of peach, yellow and green with vibrant pops of red-orange. The mood is joyful and carefree – like a walk in the park on a perfect spring day. […]
From my sketchbook…. New Yorkers observing David Hockney’s portrait of Henry Geldzahler at the Hockney retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (on view through February 25, 2018). At age 80, Hockney continues to embrace the new. This watercolor sketch is part of my ongoing series on looking at art.
I was thrilled to be featured in the debut issue of Cottage Living magazine. It’s available through April 23, 2018 on newsstands, Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and large supermarkets.
From my iPad sketchbook: holidays in NYC, as enjoyed by New Yorkers. Bergdorf Goodman’s holiday windows are intricate works of art that take a full year to create. The theme of this season’s windows was New York cultural institutions. This glamorous window was inspired by the Museum of the Moving Image. This winter season was […]
Two of my commissioned illustrations for Papyrus Greeting’s new African American greeting card line are now available in stores and online – a romantic love greeting card and a child’s birthday card. Both illustrations were painted digitally on my iPad with the Procreate App.
Still staring at that blank wall over your sofa? With so many options, choosing wall art can be overwhelming. Here are answers to some of the most common questions about hanging art over the sofa. Artwork Size What is the proper art over sofa proportion? The biggest mistake most people make is choosing art that […]
Manhattan in the early evening, when the sky and the lights of the city are simultaneously illuminated. This recent New York skyline painting is rendered in rich earth tones with pale yellow, blue and pink accents. I never tire of painting New York at night. Painted on my iPad with the ProCreate App, it’s for […]
From my travels in Boston this summer. This watercolor print was inspired by a quiet stroll through the Boston Public Garden. It’s one of my favorite gardens – America’s first botanical garden, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead. My intention was to capture the feeling of walking along Olmstead’s formal garden path, surrounded by lush greenery […]
If you really slow down and look, you’ll discover so many subtle colors in white. This white peony art print began its transformation with a bunch of grocery-store peonies in front of a white wall in my studio. This pastel floral painting was made with PanPastels on yellow PastelMat paper – a wonderfully “toothy” surface […]
The New York High Line, an elevated rail line transformed into a public park that winds along the west side of Manhattan is at its most atmospheric in the evening. This magical time of day inspired these two New York High Line night scene paintings. In the first High Line painting, in watercolor, a couple […]