Category Archives: dolphins

Flipper’s Reality Series

Flipper was my hero. When I was about twelve, I became obsessed with dolphins — due in part to the TV show, which I only got to watch periodically, because we had very limited networks in the UP. The whole … Continue reading

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Evolution of a Dolphin Painting, 2

I have always harbored (no pun intended) a bit of obsession with dolphins.  I started this painting last night.  It’s larger than most of my works, about 16×20″.  I wanted to show a pod of bottlenose dolphins swimming under water. … Continue reading

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The Painted Smile

I have a forty-year love affair with dolphins.  I am not sure how it started — I became enamored when I was about 12, long before they were as hip as they are now.  I had dreams about swimming with … Continue reading

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Evolution of a Dolphin Painting

Despite being a movie buff, I have never seen, “The Cove,” and that is by my choice.  I think I would find the imagery too disturbing. I’ve been enamored of dolphins since I was about 12 years old, and had … Continue reading

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A Gallery Show at Fernwood Botanical Garden

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Several of my paintings, including “Dots”, this watercolor of an Appaloosa filly, will be hanging in Fernwood Gallery for their Contemporary Show beginning on Valentine’s Day.  Fernwood Gallery is located in the sprawling and inviting Fernwood Botanical Gardens in Niles, … Continue reading

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Today’s Project – Dolphins

More victims of the Gulf oil spill — I think this is my subconscious attempt to make them okay. This piece is oil pencil and pastel on grey charcoal paper, about 10 x 13″. It is on eBay. As the … Continue reading

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