Thank you for taking a look at my website. For those of you less familiar with such places, you can view different subjects by clicking on the subheadings under the main title, e.g., Home, Photography, Woodturning, etc. If the subheading has additional files within it, a list of them will open, just beneath the subheading. Clicking on any of these will open the file and reveal images. Once opened, you can click on any image to enlarge it.
Please share your inquiries and comments with me at: [email protected] or call me at 978-544-8888. Prints in different sizes and Woodturnings are available for sale by contacting me directly.
My woodturnings are also available at the Salmon Falls Gallery, One Ashfield St, Shelburne Falls, MA 01370, 413-624-9833. salmonfallsgallery.com. This gallery is a work of art in itself, with a large, open post and beam space filled with the creations of local artists and the glass art of Josh Simpson. Shelburne Falls is a quintessential New England village known for its Bridge of Flowers, beautiful setting and array of eateries. A visit to both is a great way to savor some of the best New England has to offer!
Photography: Illuminations, Seen & Unseen, Through a Lens Clearly
I have been taking and printing photographs since grade school when I was first amazed by the magic of capturing a moment in time as a visual image. I would often look for elements in a photo which I had not seen when the picture was snapped but which the camera's eye had seen and recorded. In this way, the camera and its images have continued to intrigue and teach me that there is always more than meets the eye. The camera has expanded my appreciation and experience of the world around me with moments of enhanced immersion in Nature and Her wonderful nuances.
Woodturning: Rescued wood from fallen trees turned into gifts from Nature
The inspiration for these pieces is the trees themselves, rescued from the wood pile and fallen limbs. To honor their majesty, I decided to learn woodturning & transform these gifts from Nature into beautiful objects. Each log dictates the piece's overall shape. My mission is to allow each unique grain pattern a voice. I incorporate many curves to showcase these patterns in the reflected light. Each piece asks to be touched & held.