Mid Century Modern Seascape Painting by Parker

  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

Mid Century Indian Officer in Green Turban

   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.

Aldo Luongo

   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

Use Fibonaccis for peace of mind.

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

 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 by Who ?

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

STARS from Les Miserables (Javert)

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

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

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