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Laughs Abound

Eleven year old Jeff Greenaway is in love and on the loose in Manhattan circa 1962.
This book will crack you up.
For adults.

Sheer antic delight” — Remsen Pilchard


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Gallery 8

       These paintings were done in 2011 – 2014, after I moved to Washington County, New York (15 miles east of Saratoga Springs). Washington County lies between the Hudson River and the Vermont border and the terrain is a series of foothills and ridges going east toward the Green Mountains. The Battenkill River is a major tributary of the Hudson. It runs from around Manchester, Vermont, down through my little town of Greenwich (an old factory village). The area contains many industrial ruins. My primary interest is the human imprint on this particular landscape.


 PCB Dredge on the Hudson River at Fort Miller

Dredge on Hudson

ML’s New Farm in Greenwich in August

MLs Farm


The Ruins of the Railroad Trestles across the Hudson River at Thompson, New York

Hudson Trestles Nov


 The Cambridge, New York, Community Garden in August

Cambridge Garden

Demolition of the Factory at Valley Falls, New York

Factory Valley Falls


Factory Ruins on Hill Street, Greenwich, New York

Hill Street Demolition


The Hydroelectric  Dam on the Battenkill at Clark’s Mills, New York, with Yellow Iris – Sold

Hydro at Clark's Mills


SUV and Cows on Dunbar Road – Sold

SUV and Cows

 Battenville, New York, in Late May



Cows and Corn, Greenwich, New York, Late September – Sold

Cows on McCormick Road


 Looking East From Bacon Hill Across the Hudson Valley

The Gavottes


 The Village of West Hebron From Patterson Hill

West Hebron


Kayakers at the Spring hole on the Battenkill

Kayakers at Springhole


Low Water on the Battenkill With Kayaks

Low Water and Kayaks


 The Lone Pine on Owl Kill Road, Cambridge, New York

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The Dix Bridge Across the Hudson River at Clark’s Mills

Dix Bridge

 The Bridge at Battenville in Late April

Battenville Bridge Spring