Season of the Witch, 51" x 71", oil on paper.  The original painting, framed, is available for $7,500.  The image as a 14" x 17" print on paper is $25 at  Pictured here on temporary loan to the American Association for the Advancement of Science.


     I am writing to let you know that I have loaned four of my large-scale tornado paintings to The American Association for the Advancement of Science.  The Association is housed in a spectacular building, located on Eleventh St at New York Avenue NW. Established in 1848, AAAS is the world's largest general scientific society.  I am honored to have my paintings hanging on the walls of this beautiful building for the third time.
     Pictured here is "Season of the Witch" which is hung in an upstairs atrium.  In another upstairs atrium is the nine-foot-tall "Interpenetration of the Worlds".  If you are interested in viewing these two pieces, please contact me and I will be happy to meet you at AAAS and show them to you.  "Icefield" and "False Evidence Appearing Real" are on the second floor outside of the conference room, and can be viewed during regular business hours by entering the building on the New York Avenue side.  Please feel free to stop by, have a look, and  let me know any thoughts you might have in regard to the work, the setting, or art in general.  You may do so by simply replying to this email.  The four paintings are on loan, but remain available for sale.  They are done in oil paint on very thick, handmade paper, and are mounted on painted mat board and framed with wide, black, wooden frames. These images have been featured in Art in America Magazine, Artist's Magazine, Weatherwise Magazine, City Paper, The Washington Post, The Hill Rag, The Weather Channel, WUSA TV in DC, WFAA in Dallas and Telemundo, among others.

     I hope you have a chance to see the work.  And I hope you are having a lovely summer,
all the best to you,