This is a 24″ x 30″ oil on canvas mid-century modern seascape painting, signed Parker. I think this painting was done in the 60’s, considering the way the palette knife was used to create the jagged texture of the … Continued
This is a medium-sized portrait oil painting by Canadian artist V. Elliott Ferguson (1900- xxxx) of a young and handsome Indian officer wearing a green turban. Painted in 1950.
I remember the first time I ever saw Aldo Luongos’ artwork. I was on my honeymoon in Hawaii. We turned the corner on a very busy Waikiki street and right in front of me, prominently displayed in a gallery … Continued
Save the Last Dance For Me, as sung by John George Campbell for Fine Arts Ballet. The photo is the link to the video. I’m no dancer, but this was fun.
Here’s a recent example of of how I use technical analysis to make a quick assessment of an investments chart. An online friend of mine that works for a large investment bank asked me on June 20th, 2013 what direction … Continued
Samurai Warriors on Horseback Japanese Byobu four panel screen. I’ve owned some Korean Joseon period court paintings in the past, and have a nice crane painting from the Qing Dynasty, but this is the first time to own a … Continued
Mid Century Abstract Attack Painting ATTACK This looks like a Mid Century Abstract Bass fishing painting . Others around me didn’t see it. They just saw an abstract blur. But I could see the bass breaking the surface of the … Continued
The song Stars, from Les Miserables, is one of my favorite songs to sing. Javert is a role I would love to play, but I wouldn’t mind performing as Jean Valjean, either. This performance was for Fine Arts Ballet, and … Continued
Something was Missing, as Daddy Warbucks in Annie. Inland Theater League Award Winner I enjoyed performing in the role of Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks in ANNIE. I really didn’t know much about the show, or the role, when I was first … Continued