Early in my “art career” my work was limited to urban architecture (Wilmington and Philadelphia). It was only after my technical skills improved and my work became more painterly that my interests expanded to include rural (barns and farms) and industrial landscapes. If you could look into my studio today you would see a large rural landscape in progress on my easel, and an urban streetscape on the drawing table.
Not only the subject matter changed. My earliest paintings were done with pen, ink, and markers. Today I work with watercolors, oil and acrylic, soft pastels, and combinations thereof.