Artworks
Graphite on archival board
Print: 11x14" ($85)
2016
Graphite
Framed print (3 prints/one frame/linen matting-25x33.5") ($425)/print only-15x25" ($150)
2016
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 5x25"/framed 16x36" ($850)
2017
Graphite on archival board
Original: 24x30"/unframed, 35x43"/framed with double white mat and simple black frame ($8,000). Limited edition print: 24x30"/ unframed ($300), 35x43"/framed ($850) as above.
2018
Graphite on archival board
Original: 11x14" framed w/gold frame ($350)
2018
Graphite on archival board
Original-11x14" framed w/gold frame ($350).
2017
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 16x20" unframed/24x28" framed ($6,000); limited edition print ($150)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 4-1/2x5"/framed 11x14" ($275)
2014
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 12x36"/framed 25x49" ($2,000)
2016
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Limited edition prints: 1st piece-9x11", 2nd piece-24x11", 3rd piece-9x11" ($225 framed tryptych)
2014
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 16x20"
2013
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 24x30" ($1,500); Limited edition print: 14x18" ($100)
2012
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 4-1/2x5"/framed 11x14" ($295)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 16x22"/framed 24x30" ($2,200)
2013
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 5x26"/framed 15x36" ($1,000)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 16x20" ($7,000)
2012
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 16x20" ($1,000)
1215
Graphite on archival board
Print: 14x18"/framed 16x20" ($225)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 4-1/2x5"/framed 11x14" ($295)
2014
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Limited edition print: 9x12" ($75)
Graphite on Claybord
Original (available): 6x6" ($375)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 5x30"/framed 15x30" ($950)
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 5x30"/framed 15x40" ($950)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 12x18"/framed 16x20" ($3,000); limited edition print ($45)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 24x30" ($1,950)
Graphite on archival board
Limited edition print: 24x30" ($60)
Graphite on archival board
Limited edition print: 9x12" ($45)

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  • By knocking on doors, we found lodging in Corniglia, Italy when we needed to stay longer than planned. Maria, who could not speak English, let one of her tenants translate for us that there was a beautiful apartment across the way. We did not know it would be where we would return 5 times because of the incredible views. Maria had a hard life working in the vineyards and also raising her family. We shared limoncello with her on a number of occasions and always communicated more with smiles than …
  • Our daughter served in the Peace Corps (Village of Daru, The Gambia, West Africa) where my husband and I visited.  This young mother and child from Daru are a forceful image in that texture/contrast allow the viewer's eye to gather beauty wherever it looks; the strong shape of the piece allows the viewer's eye to stay focused and concentrate on the relationship between the mother and child; and the visible presence of both subjects offers the viewer a welcoming invitation to enjoy life as this …
  • Original-Students from two community colleges (Cambridge and Minneapolis, MN) studied under Cesare in the city of  Pietrasanta, Italy. Each student produced a piece of Carrera marble sculpture which was shipped back to the U.S. Cesare was a gentle man. Although his personal style of art was abstract, he was able to impart his knowledge and artistry into the instruction he gave each of us. 
  • My husband and I were welcomed into our daughter's Peace Corps village by what seemed to be the entire population of the Village of Daru, The Gambia, West Africa. I brought these two women together to symbolize the quiet strength of the Village's women. By intertwining their robes, they are united while maintaining their individuality.
  • My husband and I were welcomed into our daughter's Peace Corps village by what seemed to be the entire population of the Village of Daru, The Gambia, West Africa. I brought these two women together to symbolize the quiet strength of the Village's women. By intertwining their robes, they are united while maintaining their individuality.
  • My husband and I were welcomed into our daughter's Peace Corps village by what seemed to be the entire population of the Village of Daru, The Gambia, West Africa. These two women, although not standing together when we entered the village, embodied the strength of the women in the village. I chose to intertwine their robes to unite them while still maintaining their individuality. 
  • This dramatic piece takes a relatively quiet array of hostas and turns them into a play of light and shadows. Even in the shadows, subtle forms are found.
  • This piece gives the viewer the feeling of being among the leaves and branches of trees. At a distance, there is the strong image of two tree trunks. Upon approaching the piece, the viewer is made aware of the richness of the shapes and textures of the leaves and branches which provide the eye with a myriad of images to explore.
  • Our daughter served in the Peace Corps (Village of Daru, The Gambia, West Africa) where my husband and I visited.  This young mother and child from Daru are a forceful image in that texture/contrast allow the viewer's eye to gather beauty wherever it looks; the strong shape of the piece allows the viewer's eye to stay focused and concentrate on the relationship between the mother and child; and the visible presence of both subjects offers the viewer a welcoming invitation to enjoy life as this …
  • This dramatic piece takes a relatively quiet array of hostas and turns them into a play of light and shadows. Even in the shadows, subtle forms are found.