Category: foot

  • Spring Feet

    Spring Feet – Acrylic on canvas Hello readers!  It’s that time of year when I dust cobwebs off my websites and do some domain/website organizing.  After a long period of attempting and failing to merge that professional look with a personal blog, this blog is going to remain as a blog and nothing more.  My…

  • Fish With Apple

    SOLD: Acrylic on Canvas – 8″x 6″ This represents how I felt yesterday after installing my Art in a New Jersey restaurant.  However, after having spent most of my life in Chicago, I expect everything to be like one big grid, so, naturally, I got lost while getting there.  Thanks to that special someone and…

  • Public Display

      What you are looking at is the corner of a painting in its unfinished stage as it sits on a well-used easel. This painting (in its finished form) will soon be on public display for the next two months.  If all goes well, I’ll be hanging them tomorrow at a place called “Earth Bread…

  • Normal Foot VS the Abnormal Shoe

    I’ve heard such great things about this shoe. Then, I tried a pair at the store. The rumors are all true. Nike comes in sizes narrow and extra-narrow. My feet are not that narrow, and word on the street dictates that a lot of people won’t buy these shoes for the same reason: TOO NARROW.…

  • Hot Dogs

    It was a hot day yesterday in Philly as the temperature rose into the 70’s. I went for a trail run and found myself trapped between the river and some big rocks. Because I am from the “flat lands” of the Midwest, it all seemed so impassible. I turned around and headed back. Double tracking…

  • Fish with Legs

    Fish with Legs

    8″ x 10″ Oil on canvas I have nothing much to talk about right now. It is too early in the morning and I haven’t had any caffeine yet.

  • City Run

    City Run

    Oil on Canvas 8″ x 10″ I experimented with painting this image right on the canvas without penciling it in first. This experiment turned out to be a success. Long live the experiment!

  • Say “Hi” to Foot Painting

    Oil on canvas 16″ x 20″ This one took me forever to finish…as some of you might have noticed. First off, thanks for noticing. Secondly, contrary to what the rest of me thinks about hot weather, my feet don’t like to be cooked in poorly ventilated shoes.