80 TO 85 MY FIRST FIVE YEARS AS AN ARTIST

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PORTRAITS

Self Portrait   $20,000

Maiden Portrait    $5,000

The Selfie    $5,000

Sleeping Boy    $25,000

Honeymoon    $20,000

Frankie and Frassi    $10,000

Modern Ballerina    $15,000

THE KISS SERIES

My daughter Louise took a picture of my daughter Margot and her new born son Harold. I did not start my art journey till some 30 years after the picture was taken. When I had sufficient skills I painted the picture over and over again in different mediums and using a different approach for  each medium — a sort of artistic variation on a theme.

Graphite    $5,000

Pastel    $5,000

Water Color    $10,000

Oil    $5,000

“BLUE” ART

An 85 year old great-grandmother painting sensual art? Why not! To me the only obscenity is violence and that I will not paint.

“YES, YES”     $15,000

Moving Life    $5,000

Figgie    $10,000

The Torso    $20,000

The “Fish”     $20,000

EDUCATIONAL ART

This section is to assist the art teacher, or the art student, in color theory. Download any of the art work without charge, or purchase a replica from this website by clicking on the painting.

ABSTRACT ART

Even my abstract art is allegoric. For example, the abstract of Good Morning is a demonstration of the concept of abstraction. Click on the painting for the full story.

Essence Of Bird    $15,000

Spider Man    $15,000

Redwood    $15,000

Humanity    $15,000

Ghostly Figures    $15,000

Fractured Lady    $25,000

MONTAGE

A montage is a single picture composed of several pictures.

The Car Ride    $15,000

Boy Meets Girl     $5,000

PUZZLE

This picture of my grandson Frankie having fun on a carousel was one of the first paintings I did in class at the Boca Raton Museum School of Art. I was so pleased to have it chosen to be displayed as part of their annual juried show.

I revised The Carousel Ride on more than one occasion. There are at least 7 things I changed. Can you find them all?

Compare your answers to those on the ANSWER PAGE.