You are invited to my virtual exhibit, “Painting Venice in a Pandemic,” which features 20 pictures from 2020 and a seven-foot wide, six-canvas composition of the Doge’s Palace Flooded. This video presentation (7:57) includes my previously untold Venice love story, home movies, the entire process for the large piece, and an in-house soundtrack.

I really wish I could host the entire collection in person, but with the coronavirus situation still so precarious, that’s just not possible. Instead, I’ve created this entertaining showcase.

Also, it’s a great way to get acquainted with these paintings, many of which I will be giving away this coming fall. That offer will be sent to my announcement list, sign up below!

“Painting Venice in a Pandemic” – A Virtual Exhibit

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  1. arnold andersen on April 7, 2021 at 6:27 am

    Venice is a magical city and you captured the magic of Venice in your paintings. Move over Monet. You have a peer. I didn’t know you played guitar. That is the perfect background for your monologue about your paintings and the danger we are facing about global warming. How about a small museum for your paintings, a museum serving homemade pasta and sfogliatella, with in-person guitar and lute music during lunch and coffee hour?

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