Welcome to Studio6ix!

 

I welcome you to listen to a radio interview that I had with WUTC regarding the work for my September show at In-Town Gallery.

Please click on “i” in upper left-hand corner of image for medium and pricing details.

My interview.

Chapel at Ft. McClellan, 12 x 18, oil on canvas, $395
Bureau at Redding Cabin, Illuminating secrets, 16 x 20, $595
Barnsley Gardens, Choosing doorways, 16 x 20, $ 595
US Pipe, Ghostly Images 2, 18x24, oil on canvas, $ 850
US Pipe, Behind the Curtain, 30 x 30, oil on canvas, $ 1500
US Pipe closeup 2, oil on canvas, 12 x 18, $ 395
Shovel at cabin, Dig a little, 8 x 12, $275
Roof of Peerless Mill, oil on canvas, 30 x30, $1500
Peerless Mill, 12.x18, oil on canvas, $395
Peerless Mill , Plugging in, 8 x 12, oil on canvas, $275
Longholm Estate, Enter and Ascend, 14 x 18, oil on canvas, $ 395
Ft McClellan barn, The way out is throughj, 16 x 20, $595
Covered bridge-Peerless Mill, Light at the End, 16 x 20, $595

 

 

 

 

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I have lived in Chattanooga, Tennessee for 15 years now. I love its revitalization and passion for progress. However, I am fascinated with the beautiful architectural structures that were part of Chattanooga’s past but are now being demolished.  I find beauty in the rusty walls of an iron foundry, falling bricks of a delivery platform, and chipped paint of old homes. There is honor in their past, history that these walls could tell. My oil paintings of these places help leave a trace of their existence. And some have stood the test of time.

Also, traveling cannot help but inspire a painter and my volunteer experience in Peru is no exception. In the new category “International Inspirations” you can share in the color and textures of foreign countries.

I invite you to browse through my gallery to visit a few of Chattanooga’s historic sites and some foreign flavors as well.