It has been my pleasure to contribute to the Invitational Marinscapes Landscape Exhibition for the second year in a row in this spring.
I’ve also been honored this fall to participate in the Baywood Artists, ONETAM landscape exhibition this fall.
I considered it a great honor to receive the commission to paint the posthumous portrait of my good friend Curt Hanson and wonderful landscape painter out of Connecticut and a long time friend of mine.
In January I spent time at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton sketching and taking photographs of United States Marines in training on amphibious assault vehicles.
I attended the Combat Art Symposium at the National Museum of the Marine Corps to give a presentation of my paintings in their permanent collection.
I am about to set off for a grand adventure of three weeks painting in the desert of Southern California for another enlarged project. More about that later.
And there’s talk of an exhibition coming up in January or February but no details yet, I don’t want to disturb the negotiations.
I’ve had sales, commission, exhibitions and just a grand old time working in my studio. Life is good.