"Is It My Turn Now?/The Seduction of Hayti and the Suburbanization of Durham." Second in the series, Durham’s Ways. From the time of Durham’s freeway. 5’X12’ triptych. Plus charcoal and acrylic studies.
"The Birth of Hattie Scarlotte’s Child." The first of Durham’s Ways. From the time of Durham’s Railway. A 5’X8’ diptych in acrylic on canvas. And studies in various media.
A Portrait in 12 paintings. 24”X24” acrylic on canvas.
Traffic in the Eastern Tradition – Ink paintings on rice paper mounted as wall hangings.
Drawing’s from the Michael Peterson murder trial. 6”X9” ink on paper.
Paintings from the Franklinton, NC studio. Generally on traffic; or Mother Nature all paved-over (except for the nipple-greens where the golfers play).
"Iraq," ink and gold on rice paper and “Self Portrait," ink and gouache on rice paper. 2009.
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