November 2022:
 Discounts at CVS the past few months on their photo canvases had me experimenting for the first time with that medium. I’ve been very pleased with virtually every canvas and want to share the results. [E.g., see (R) Proctors marquee (2017)] They look so good, people ask if I painted them.]

Not having a studio or gallery for staging samples, I used a spot in my home in lighting that could not do justice to each piece. Happily, the photo-canvas images speak for themselves, and I hope they will tempt you to see them in person, when I find an exhibition space.

  • The canvases are either 16″ x 20″ or 11″ x 14″. Click on a square tile in the columns below to see a full, larger version of the image. Scroll over an image for a description.




. . viewing Scotia from my favorite Riverside Park bench (Dec. 28, 2008):


 . . and, an ice floe jam at the Park overlook in March 2011:


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The beloved red Dancer sculpture (by Jack Howard-Potter) looks pretty good on canvas, especially with Jackson’s Garden at Union College showing-off autumn colors (last week of October, 2022).




. . and, the Jackson’s Garden Gazebo was inviting . . 

Here are several more photos on canvas I hope you’ll like: Scroll over each square tile for a description and click on one for a larger version (Note: Clifford and other popular playlot fixtures were removed in the fall of 2015, with only the Slide kept, to “improve” the playlot with modern, generic fixtures).


. . cliick on an image for a larger version . . 

Our 2022 Stockade Spring beauty included the 1st Presbyterian Steeple overlooking the St. George’s Cemetery:


Sunsets over the Isle of the Cayugas along the Stockade section of the Mohawk River in the summer of 2020 [below, L] and blossoms from around Schenectady were made into collages and put on canvas:



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. . above: cherry blossoms on Washington Ave. in the Stockade, and at Congregation Gates of Heaven, City Hall, and Central Park Rose Garden . .

. . the City Hall photo in the above collage was my memorial to the needlessly removed cherry blossom trees:



And, soft sunlight made the patio at Johnny’s Restaurant and the Center City façade, State Street at Jay Street, particularly pretty in this image on canavas hung over my breakfast table:



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