Babi Yar

babi yar, acrylic on mdf, 6" x 6"

“Babi Yar” Acrylic on MDF, 6″ x 6″

Babi Yar Park in Denver, Colorado, is a living memorial to honor the memories of those lost during the Holocaust between September 29, 1941, and November 6, 1943, at the Babi Yar ravine on the outskirts of Kiev, Ukraine, USSR.

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Awakened

awakened, acrylic on mdf, 5" x 7"

“Awakened” Acrylic on MDF, 5″ x 7″

So many things are beautiful while sleeping—children, woodlands, animals—and magical when they awaken! This kitty’s barely open eyes are like a blue sunrise.

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Boy with Evergreen

Boy with Evergreen, Gouache on illustration board, 8.5" x 5.5"

“Boy with Evergreen” Gouache on illustration board, 8.5″ x 5.5″

Boys and woodlands go well together. Living in the Rocky Mountain areas of Colorado means there are lots and lots of trees to love—some of the bristlecone pines on Pikes Peak are estimated to be over 2,000 years old. And that’s no tall tale! Scout out some Douglas fir if you want to see the 100 to 130 foot tall trees. Could be this little one will grow to be that tall, or perhaps 2000 years old.

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Jimmy

This painting is available as Note Cards.

jimmy, acrylic on mdf, 6" x 6"

“Jimmy” Acrylic on MDF, 6″ x 6″

This is a painting of Jimmy that I did on Thanksgiving morning. It’s the 3rd in my series of “Gatti Liberi” (Free Cats—or strays as we often think of them). I met Jimmy about two years ago when he became best friends with Triangles (see painting #52). Around the beginning of June, after a year-and-a-half of daily morning and evening visits, we enjoyed an especially nice summer evening and the next day Jimmy and Triangles were gone.Jimmy is one of the biggest, sweetest, and friendliest cats I’ve ever known—and whom I hope to see again one day, along with his pal Triangles.

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jimmy note card

“Jimmy” Note Card

This painting is available as Note Cards (4-1/4 x 5-1/2″). Note Cards can be viewed and/or purchased here: “Jimmy” Note Cards (Secure Zazzle page will open in new tab.)

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