Waited So Long
Waited So Long

Medium: Oil on canvas - Framed (Black)

Size: 36" x 48"

Original: available: $4500.00

This painting is very personal to me. I tried to capture that defining moment when the next person you meet is the one who will change your life forever.

In this case, it's a group of friends sitting in a club. Three of them are heavily engaged in conversation. They haven't noticed that their other friend is being approached. by the viewer

They are equally unaware that their friend will soon leave their circle. She has finally found the person she has sought and patiently waited for all her life.

She did not know where or when they would arrive. She did, however, know to keep looking and to always have a seat available just in case.

Still Life With Rat
Still Life With Rat

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: SOLD

I just thought 'Still Life with Rat' was a funny title.

"Just sit there"
"Where?"
"There, by that basket of fruit"
"Why?"
"I don't know. It just looks good, and SMILE"
"I am smiling.........Oh this is stupid"
"Just sit there"
"Can I have a grape?"
"NO!"

Some Love Me Still
Some Love Me Still

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: SOLD

These are all characters you often see in my paintings. They have become my friends.

This was painted to remind me that there are people in my life who care for my well being and are watching over me. Even though I do not always know who these people are, they remain vigilant and concerned that I choose the right paths. Their care for me is unconditional.

Clocked
Clocked

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: available $1500.00

Ever been out somewhere and felt really good? That you looked top of your game? and then you turn around and see someone staring at you menacingly?

It jolts you right out of your comfort zone. In that one instant your whole mood changes from confidence to  unease.

Or that a secret that you buried, has been discovered. And is now viewed by cold, uncaring eyes. 

I wanted the warm, inviting colors in the door way slowly draining into a cold and dark pallet as you are dragged from your safe place.

That's when you have been 'Clocked'.

 

Helping Hand
Helping Hand

Medium: Oil on canvas - Framed (Black)

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: available $2000.00

In a time of solitary sadness. There is comfort.
A hand. It cannot take away the pain but it can share your burden.

Towards The Light
Towards The Light

 

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 14" x 18"

Original: available - $900.00

All my paintings are very personal in nature, but this one is especially so. It reflects a lot of things I was going through at the time of painting is.

Loosing loved ones.

I never really got over my parents deaths, nor the violent passing of a best friend many years ago.

Passing over to the light and the fear of what's on the other side. Or perhaps, an even greater fear that there is no 'other side.'

I also lost my religion around this time.  I was always a passive Christian, and then one day I woke up and it was that feeling you get when you misplace something. I looked around and I couldn't find it anywhere. Then I came to terms with letting it go. Throwing a crutch away and walking on my own for the first time

Horse Heads
Horse Heads

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: available  $3000.00

In England, when I was younger, in order to drink, you never drove your car to the pub. This was so you could drink and not risk being pulled over by the police. Last orders were 11.00 pm. But the last bus home was 10:30 pm. So logistically, this meant that at the end of the evening you would always be faced with the same choice. 

Do I run and catch the last bus home? or do I stay for 30 minutes more drinking time and have to walk the 3 miles back?
Which did I choose? well, I always ended up getting plenty of fresh air and exercise put it that way.

But when you were walking home, you inevitably came across other gangs of lads who had also emptied out of their local pubs.
And like a scene from high noon you would begin the 'stare off' or if you were smart, just avoid eye contact and hope for the best.
But in this painting as you are passing, the first one catches your eye.

So why horses heads? Well,  this painting, like many others,  was an image that appeared vividly as I was falling asleep. Completely out of nowhere actually. But I immediately knew what it was about. The red colors were a strong component of the image. I tried to deviate as little as possible from that image. And surprisingly, this is pretty close to what I saw in my half awake state.
 

Impress Me
Impress Me

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: available $1500.00

This painting features 'The Blue Lady'. She is a character that I often paint. So here I am (or you are) on a date with my blue lady.
But, it seems like dating is like going for a job interview these days. Perhaps it would help if we all just carry a resumé or something. She's quite intimidating.

The Lord Giveth, But The Small Print Taketh Away
The Lord Giveth, But The Small Print Taketh Away

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: Available $1500.00

Often, I seem to find reflection and un-fulfillment a deep well for me to draw from.

That's what this piece references. At least at the time I painted it.  Regret and the feeling that it all should have and could have turned out better.

I wanted the sky to have a lot of movement. To be troubled and unsettling. You can just about make out a 'kiln' too. These were huge ugly chimney stacks the size of two story houses that populated my home town of Stoke-on-Trent, UK when I was growing up.

All My Yesterdays
All My Yesterdays

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: available $1500.00

This is the forth and last of a series, showing a romantic relationship sequentially.

Usually he's portrayed as cool and aloof. This time He's without his shades. Vulnerable. It didn't turn out quite like he thought it would. 

I wanted him to be traveling. Doesn't matter where. I always reflect a lot when I travel. He's thinking back. Back to when he was winning

Other paintings is this series are:
Prequel
When Worlds Collide, Pt II
Again, Never Again

 

Prequel
Prequel

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 30"

Original: available $1500.00

The first time I ever painted these two people together was in a painting called 'When Worlds Collide part II.' They were hanging out together in a coffee house. This time I wanted to take a step back five minutes, to the moment just before they met.

He's sitting, absorbed, unaware. Wrapped up in his own world.

She's wondering how to gain his attention without overplaying her interest

If you want to see what happens next, Click 

The Secret of Lemon Head
The Secret of Lemon Head

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 30"

Original is available: $1500.00

This was from an image that came into my head right before I fell asleep one night. 

I'm not sure what it means, I just remember thinking he looked like he had a secret

Queue
Queue

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 18" x 36"

Original: SOLD

This is how it all started for me. This is the first painting I ever did in this style. It came really natural to me, so I just stuck with it. It's about British people actually. Hey, I am one so I feel qualified to paint this. I don't know why, but when Brit's are forced to occupy the same space for any length of time they seem to have a constant awkwardness in each others presence and yet never acknowledge each other. No smiles. No "Good morning". It's not out of snobbery or anything like that. I think it's just the social code of conduct they are following. They would probably welcome a good chat, it's just .. well, who's going to be the first to talk?

This scene could be at a bus stop, an elevator, a check-out line, anywhere really. It is from this one painting that all the others branched out.


All these characters turn up in my other paintings.

Rat Uncompossed
Rat Uncompossed

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: available $1500.00

To be honest, I've no idea what's going on here. It's just another painting of my rat character. I just like painting him.

- yes, he is a rat and not a rabbit and no he still doesn't have a name yet. 

So here it is. In all it's profoundness.

 

The Telly
The Telly

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 18" x 36"

Original: SOLD

Television (or 'The Telly' as we call it in England) is the great stealer of time. This is a very sad painting. Even now, years later, I still get emotional about it.   The old couple are watching the telly. On the wall behind them is a painting I also did, titled 'Queue' .

It features the same couple 20 years previously. I wanted to see what they would be doing years later, when they were old. So here they are. They occupy the same space as each other, they exist in the same time and even sit upon the same couch and yet they do not truly live together.

There are book behind them that they will never read. 
Instead, they live vicariously through the fabricated lives of those they watch on the television.

He holds onto his remote control in a dead mans grip. Her eyes are still open but her mind closed years ago.
The only living thing still linking them, still bridging that vast space on the couch is.......their dog.

It's painful for me to admit, but the figure on the right was in many ways my mother. I noticed that her eyes became lifeless as she gradually withdrew from us all. Those once shining and kind eyes were slowely closing. She died in March of 1999 and now I have a sense she still sees only through my eyes now.

Tango
Tango

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 36" x 48"

Original: available $4500.00 - Framed (Black)
 

Instinct was to attempt to write something poetic about the moment I first saw the Tango professionally performed. But I realized that there really was no need, words were not necessary.
I painted this piece. I wanted to try and capture the intimacy of two people merging as one rhythm, one heartbeat.

Dance trends will come and go, but so much of it seems superficial and empty. That's why the Tango will always be the most sensual and erotic of all dance styles to me. It's more than just technique. It somehow encompasses in whole, the intimate and complex
mental connection true partners and lovers have

All The Lonely People
All The Lonely People

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 30"

Original is for sale $1500.00

This is an image I've carried in my head since childhood. 
But It returned in a very vivid dream in 2009 and I could see every detail of this painting in my dream. I just kept studying it. Every aspect was crystal clear. Very strange.

I knew I was dreaming but I was able to stay there with the image. I also knew it was to be a painting. It's remarkable when I think about it, considering how fleeting dreams usually are, and how quickly they fade when you awake.  to be allowed to study it. Every detail.

So, I finally finished it. It took me a year to paint. I kept walking away and leaving it. Looking at it and coming back again to add or correct things.

I call it "All the lonely people" because I think the image I had as a child was somehow affected by the Beatles "Eleanor Rigby' . Why it came back to me as an adult, and in this form remains a mystery.

The Whisper
The Whisper

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 36" x 48"

Original is for sale $4500.00 (Framed)

Here is the 'Blue Lady' again. She features in many of my paintings,
My phantom seductress.

When World's Collide' Part I
When World's Collide' Part I

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 28" x 22"

Original: SOLD

This was actually based on a real store in Santa Barbara. But it could take place anywhere really. It's the swan song of a world that is slowly dying. Replaced by big box stores, franchises, and fast food giants. The owner 'Ernie,' looks on in growing recognition of his own inevitable fate. 

This painting is part of a set. When aligned next to  'When Worlds Collide, Pt II'  it follow the same perspective. The figures in both paintings are looking at each other.

This character can also be seen in the following paintings:
Queue
The Telly
Locals

When Worlds Collide Part II
When Worlds Collide Part II

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 22" x 28"

Original: SOLD

This is the companion painting to 'When Worlds Collide, Part 1". This Santa Barbara coffee shop was next door to the old pizza place in the other painting . The two paintings follow in perspective when hung next to each other.

The two people in this piece just met. If you want to see a painting showing how they met, visit Prequel

The couple are also also featured in:
Prequel (This piece, set five minutes before this painting,  shows how they actually met)
Again, never again (This piece shows what happened to couple a few years later)

The character on the left is also featured in:
Queue
All my yesterdays


he character on the right is also featured in:
Some love me still

 

 

Tribute To A Corporate World
Tribute To A Corporate World

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 24"

Original is for sale - $1500. Framed

As a former Creative Director I've spent quite a lot of time in the corporate world. Meet one of my old bosses. He was a nice enough man. An immigrant who came to the USA, and through hard work built a successful business, employing a lot of people. 

However, his family was large and he delegated key management positions to every talentless son in law/cousin of his. Which was his prerogative, but It did affect the rest of us who worked there. His family loyalty was not returned. They drained him dry

He is the mountain. The small blue people are his hangers on. . Death by Nepotism

Locals
Locals

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original is for sale $2000.00

I really enjoyed painting this one. I'd recently finished 'Horse heads' which was my old my old local pub 'The Marquis of Granby'.
So I thought this time I would paint my other local: 'The Greyhound' (or 'The Dog' as it was called locally).

So you would always find sitting at a table, an old man, who'd been there forever. Like furniture that could talk. Trends, fashions and music change, but he just sits there chatting to everyone. You are happy to spend a few moments sitting with him. It’s comforting.

But you still have one eye wandering around and behind him, just incase you miss something important

Again, Never Again
Again, Never Again

This is the forth and last of a series of paintings I did revolving this couple. It and its companion pieces show how and where they met. The beginning, middle and end of their relationship.

 

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original is for sale $1500.00

This is the third painting in a series that I did over a 10 year period. It is one of four pieces showing the start, middle and end of a relationship.

The others in the series are:
Prequel 
When Worlds Collide, part 2 
All MyYesterdays

 

rat.jpg
rat.jpg
Waited So Long
Still Life With Rat
Some Love Me Still
Clocked
Helping Hand
Towards The Light
Horse Heads
Impress Me
The Lord Giveth, But The Small Print Taketh Away
All My Yesterdays
Prequel
The Secret of Lemon Head
Queue
Rat Uncompossed
The Telly
Tango
All The Lonely People
The Whisper
When World's Collide' Part I
When Worlds Collide Part II
Tribute To A Corporate World
Locals
Again, Never Again
rat.jpg
rat.jpg
Waited So Long

Medium: Oil on canvas - Framed (Black)

Size: 36" x 48"

Original: available: $4500.00

This painting is very personal to me. I tried to capture that defining moment when the next person you meet is the one who will change your life forever.

In this case, it's a group of friends sitting in a club. Three of them are heavily engaged in conversation. They haven't noticed that their other friend is being approached. by the viewer

They are equally unaware that their friend will soon leave their circle. She has finally found the person she has sought and patiently waited for all her life.

She did not know where or when they would arrive. She did, however, know to keep looking and to always have a seat available just in case.

Still Life With Rat

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: SOLD

I just thought 'Still Life with Rat' was a funny title.

"Just sit there"
"Where?"
"There, by that basket of fruit"
"Why?"
"I don't know. It just looks good, and SMILE"
"I am smiling.........Oh this is stupid"
"Just sit there"
"Can I have a grape?"
"NO!"

Some Love Me Still

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: SOLD

These are all characters you often see in my paintings. They have become my friends.

This was painted to remind me that there are people in my life who care for my well being and are watching over me. Even though I do not always know who these people are, they remain vigilant and concerned that I choose the right paths. Their care for me is unconditional.

Clocked

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: available $1500.00

Ever been out somewhere and felt really good? That you looked top of your game? and then you turn around and see someone staring at you menacingly?

It jolts you right out of your comfort zone. In that one instant your whole mood changes from confidence to  unease.

Or that a secret that you buried, has been discovered. And is now viewed by cold, uncaring eyes. 

I wanted the warm, inviting colors in the door way slowly draining into a cold and dark pallet as you are dragged from your safe place.

That's when you have been 'Clocked'.

 

Helping Hand

Medium: Oil on canvas - Framed (Black)

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: available $2000.00

In a time of solitary sadness. There is comfort.
A hand. It cannot take away the pain but it can share your burden.

Towards The Light

 

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 14" x 18"

Original: available - $900.00

All my paintings are very personal in nature, but this one is especially so. It reflects a lot of things I was going through at the time of painting is.

Loosing loved ones.

I never really got over my parents deaths, nor the violent passing of a best friend many years ago.

Passing over to the light and the fear of what's on the other side. Or perhaps, an even greater fear that there is no 'other side.'

I also lost my religion around this time.  I was always a passive Christian, and then one day I woke up and it was that feeling you get when you misplace something. I looked around and I couldn't find it anywhere. Then I came to terms with letting it go. Throwing a crutch away and walking on my own for the first time

Horse Heads

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: available  $3000.00

In England, when I was younger, in order to drink, you never drove your car to the pub. This was so you could drink and not risk being pulled over by the police. Last orders were 11.00 pm. But the last bus home was 10:30 pm. So logistically, this meant that at the end of the evening you would always be faced with the same choice. 

Do I run and catch the last bus home? or do I stay for 30 minutes more drinking time and have to walk the 3 miles back?
Which did I choose? well, I always ended up getting plenty of fresh air and exercise put it that way.

But when you were walking home, you inevitably came across other gangs of lads who had also emptied out of their local pubs.
And like a scene from high noon you would begin the 'stare off' or if you were smart, just avoid eye contact and hope for the best.
But in this painting as you are passing, the first one catches your eye.

So why horses heads? Well,  this painting, like many others,  was an image that appeared vividly as I was falling asleep. Completely out of nowhere actually. But I immediately knew what it was about. The red colors were a strong component of the image. I tried to deviate as little as possible from that image. And surprisingly, this is pretty close to what I saw in my half awake state.
 

Impress Me

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: available $1500.00

This painting features 'The Blue Lady'. She is a character that I often paint. So here I am (or you are) on a date with my blue lady.
But, it seems like dating is like going for a job interview these days. Perhaps it would help if we all just carry a resumé or something. She's quite intimidating.

The Lord Giveth, But The Small Print Taketh Away

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: Available $1500.00

Often, I seem to find reflection and un-fulfillment a deep well for me to draw from.

That's what this piece references. At least at the time I painted it.  Regret and the feeling that it all should have and could have turned out better.

I wanted the sky to have a lot of movement. To be troubled and unsettling. You can just about make out a 'kiln' too. These were huge ugly chimney stacks the size of two story houses that populated my home town of Stoke-on-Trent, UK when I was growing up.

All My Yesterdays

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original: available $1500.00

This is the forth and last of a series, showing a romantic relationship sequentially.

Usually he's portrayed as cool and aloof. This time He's without his shades. Vulnerable. It didn't turn out quite like he thought it would. 

I wanted him to be traveling. Doesn't matter where. I always reflect a lot when I travel. He's thinking back. Back to when he was winning

Other paintings is this series are:
Prequel
When Worlds Collide, Pt II
Again, Never Again

 

Prequel

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 30"

Original: available $1500.00

The first time I ever painted these two people together was in a painting called 'When Worlds Collide part II.' They were hanging out together in a coffee house. This time I wanted to take a step back five minutes, to the moment just before they met.

He's sitting, absorbed, unaware. Wrapped up in his own world.

She's wondering how to gain his attention without overplaying her interest

If you want to see what happens next, Click 

The Secret of Lemon Head

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 30"

Original is available: $1500.00

This was from an image that came into my head right before I fell asleep one night. 

I'm not sure what it means, I just remember thinking he looked like he had a secret

Queue

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 18" x 36"

Original: SOLD

This is how it all started for me. This is the first painting I ever did in this style. It came really natural to me, so I just stuck with it. It's about British people actually. Hey, I am one so I feel qualified to paint this. I don't know why, but when Brit's are forced to occupy the same space for any length of time they seem to have a constant awkwardness in each others presence and yet never acknowledge each other. No smiles. No "Good morning". It's not out of snobbery or anything like that. I think it's just the social code of conduct they are following. They would probably welcome a good chat, it's just .. well, who's going to be the first to talk?

This scene could be at a bus stop, an elevator, a check-out line, anywhere really. It is from this one painting that all the others branched out.


All these characters turn up in my other paintings.

Rat Uncompossed

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 36"

Original: available $1500.00

To be honest, I've no idea what's going on here. It's just another painting of my rat character. I just like painting him.

- yes, he is a rat and not a rabbit and no he still doesn't have a name yet. 

So here it is. In all it's profoundness.

 

The Telly

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 18" x 36"

Original: SOLD

Television (or 'The Telly' as we call it in England) is the great stealer of time. This is a very sad painting. Even now, years later, I still get emotional about it.   The old couple are watching the telly. On the wall behind them is a painting I also did, titled 'Queue' .

It features the same couple 20 years previously. I wanted to see what they would be doing years later, when they were old. So here they are. They occupy the same space as each other, they exist in the same time and even sit upon the same couch and yet they do not truly live together.

There are book behind them that they will never read. 
Instead, they live vicariously through the fabricated lives of those they watch on the television.

He holds onto his remote control in a dead mans grip. Her eyes are still open but her mind closed years ago.
The only living thing still linking them, still bridging that vast space on the couch is.......their dog.

It's painful for me to admit, but the figure on the right was in many ways my mother. I noticed that her eyes became lifeless as she gradually withdrew from us all. Those once shining and kind eyes were slowely closing. She died in March of 1999 and now I have a sense she still sees only through my eyes now.

Tango

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 36" x 48"

Original: available $4500.00 - Framed (Black)
 

Instinct was to attempt to write something poetic about the moment I first saw the Tango professionally performed. But I realized that there really was no need, words were not necessary.
I painted this piece. I wanted to try and capture the intimacy of two people merging as one rhythm, one heartbeat.

Dance trends will come and go, but so much of it seems superficial and empty. That's why the Tango will always be the most sensual and erotic of all dance styles to me. It's more than just technique. It somehow encompasses in whole, the intimate and complex
mental connection true partners and lovers have

All The Lonely People

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 24" x 30"

Original is for sale $1500.00

This is an image I've carried in my head since childhood. 
But It returned in a very vivid dream in 2009 and I could see every detail of this painting in my dream. I just kept studying it. Every aspect was crystal clear. Very strange.

I knew I was dreaming but I was able to stay there with the image. I also knew it was to be a painting. It's remarkable when I think about it, considering how fleeting dreams usually are, and how quickly they fade when you awake.  to be allowed to study it. Every detail.

So, I finally finished it. It took me a year to paint. I kept walking away and leaving it. Looking at it and coming back again to add or correct things.

I call it "All the lonely people" because I think the image I had as a child was somehow affected by the Beatles "Eleanor Rigby' . Why it came back to me as an adult, and in this form remains a mystery.

The Whisper

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 36" x 48"

Original is for sale $4500.00 (Framed)

Here is the 'Blue Lady' again. She features in many of my paintings,
My phantom seductress.

When World's Collide' Part I

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 28" x 22"

Original: SOLD

This was actually based on a real store in Santa Barbara. But it could take place anywhere really. It's the swan song of a world that is slowly dying. Replaced by big box stores, franchises, and fast food giants. The owner 'Ernie,' looks on in growing recognition of his own inevitable fate. 

This painting is part of a set. When aligned next to  'When Worlds Collide, Pt II'  it follow the same perspective. The figures in both paintings are looking at each other.

This character can also be seen in the following paintings:
Queue
The Telly
Locals

When Worlds Collide Part II

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 22" x 28"

Original: SOLD

This is the companion painting to 'When Worlds Collide, Part 1". This Santa Barbara coffee shop was next door to the old pizza place in the other painting . The two paintings follow in perspective when hung next to each other.

The two people in this piece just met. If you want to see a painting showing how they met, visit Prequel

The couple are also also featured in:
Prequel (This piece, set five minutes before this painting,  shows how they actually met)
Again, never again (This piece shows what happened to couple a few years later)

The character on the left is also featured in:
Queue
All my yesterdays


he character on the right is also featured in:
Some love me still

 

 

Tribute To A Corporate World

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 24"

Original is for sale - $1500. Framed

As a former Creative Director I've spent quite a lot of time in the corporate world. Meet one of my old bosses. He was a nice enough man. An immigrant who came to the USA, and through hard work built a successful business, employing a lot of people. 

However, his family was large and he delegated key management positions to every talentless son in law/cousin of his. Which was his prerogative, but It did affect the rest of us who worked there. His family loyalty was not returned. They drained him dry

He is the mountain. The small blue people are his hangers on. . Death by Nepotism

Locals

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original is for sale $2000.00

I really enjoyed painting this one. I'd recently finished 'Horse heads' which was my old my old local pub 'The Marquis of Granby'.
So I thought this time I would paint my other local: 'The Greyhound' (or 'The Dog' as it was called locally).

So you would always find sitting at a table, an old man, who'd been there forever. Like furniture that could talk. Trends, fashions and music change, but he just sits there chatting to everyone. You are happy to spend a few moments sitting with him. It’s comforting.

But you still have one eye wandering around and behind him, just incase you miss something important

Again, Never Again

This is the forth and last of a series of paintings I did revolving this couple. It and its companion pieces show how and where they met. The beginning, middle and end of their relationship.

 

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30" x 40"

Original is for sale $1500.00

This is the third painting in a series that I did over a 10 year period. It is one of four pieces showing the start, middle and end of a relationship.

The others in the series are:
Prequel 
When Worlds Collide, part 2 
All MyYesterdays

 

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