Fine Art and Illustration

Nor'easter Comin In, oil on canvas, 18" x 28", 2023

A coastal low arrives at Cape Cod, MA on December 16, 2022. The 40 mph winds out of the east, with gusts to 60, seemed to crush the 15 foot waves into foam. The blow was pepered with stinging rain, salt spray and sand. The location was Head of the Meadow Beach without another soul in sight. Inquire at Francesca Anderson Fine Arts, Lexington, MA

Island Life, oil on paper 4.5" x 5", 2020


An island in the Connecticut River betrween Sunderland and Deerfield. Inquire at Francesca Anderson Fine Arts, Lexington, MA

False Bay, Good Hope, oil on canvas, 24" x 38", 2019, $2900

Facing dawn from the Cape of Good Hope. Cape Hangklip dissolves in the morning sun on the horizon.

Waves and Particles, oil on canvas, 22" x 45", 2020, $2900

A view of matter and energy at Leo Carillo State Park, CA after listening to a Richard Feynmann lecture enroute.

And There Were Shadows, oil on canvas, 29" x 42", 2018, 

This dawn jetscape of the Mojave Desert was undetectable in visible light but was revealed in the infrared. 

"One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious." Jung

Inquire at Francesca Anderson Fine Arts, Lexington, MA

Wadi Um Ishrin on the Silk Road (Valley of the Mother of Twenty), oil on canvas, 22" x 40", 2010, $4500

The Silk Road runs nearby this valley in the Wadi Rum Desert (Jordan), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Neolithic petroglyphs decorate many of the cliffs. Lawrence of Arabia operated here, and visitors are the guests of Bedouins. Giclee print available.

Auger Falls, oil on canvas, 29' x 42", 2016, $4000

A riot of life and rushing water on a rainsoaked day. These falls are found on the Sacandaga River in the southeastern Adirondack Mountains. Auger Falls was featured in "Unfiltered", a show on water at the William Benton Museum, Storrs,CT  

It Started Out As A Nice Day, oil on paper, 6" x 11", 2017, $375

The New England sky turns turbulent with a late afternoon thunderstorm.

Why Chaos?, oil on canvas, 28" x 52", 2020, $4000                  The Moose River near "Fowlersville". At scales too small or grand chaos goes unoticed. When perturbations occur on scales we can sense its beauty is hypnotic. 

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