1966 - REFLECTIONS OF A PAST LIFE IN ASSIS - Acrylic on Board - 30X40
“I painted this in art school. It was an assignment to paint a cluster of people within a landscape where there’s light and light reflection.”
1966 - PORTRAIT OF WALT - Charcoal on Paper
"I did this at Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. This was my Mother's boyfriend. This was a fast portrait technique. My Mom hung this on the wall in her house. The exact moment he died the painting fell off the wall! This was the first time I knew that there was energy in the painting and I captured his essence."
1968 - CHOKING ON THE VINE - Oil on Board - 25X35
“I had left art school and knew I wasn’t set up for a commercial art life. I ran off to Miami, Florida with a man who fixed boats. I was not in a great place in my life when I painted this.”
1969 - Trapped - Acrylic on Board - 30X40
“Represents my consciousness at the time, trapped in a box - no escape. Scared to go outside the boundaries. Had to move energy through the art to get out of self imposed boundaries.”