The Sirens' Day Off, Figurative Painting of Two Women By Ocean
Acrylic on Stretched Canvas, 24" x 48"
Two Sirens relax on a day off from their job of luring sailors toward shore and onto the rocks.
My path to this perfect artistic place was through folk art born of memories of my New England childhood. This art I sold to the White House, Panasonic, Toyota, Bigelow Tea, the Mayor of Boston and to clients of galleries in New York, Boston, Nantucket, Charleston, San Francisco and Los Angeles. My art was featured twice on the Today Show and in two national magazines.
Now I paint about strong women. In Greek mythology, women were as powerful as men. They were gods. I like to think, and my collectors seem to, that my painted women are their descendants.