Benton Convention Center

Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, Inc

This large 40×60 acrylic painting was selected to hang in Winston-Salem’s Benton Convention Center through January 2022.

Safe for the Night – 60×40

AFAS – ‘The Beauty of Words’

May 31 – August 28, 2021

Three acrylic pieces in an Exhibition of AFAS artists at the Red Dog Gallery in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Dawn Arrives

30×24 acrylic on stretched canvas (framed)

Intercoastal Sunset

48×30 acrylic on stretched canvas (gallery wrapped)

At Dock

18×24 acrylic on stretched canvas (framed)


February 2 – March 27, 2021

Three watercolor pieces in the Juried Exhibition of AFAS artists. This show was themed around the past year – how it changed and shaped the momentum the artists put into their art work; moving forward with energy in a more positive direction.

Walking to Dunphy Castle

Made it to the bookmark!

11×8 (15×12 framed)

Spring Cascade

10×7 (14×11 framed)

Moving Towards Spring

13×9 (17×13 framed)

Red Dog Gallery
606 N Trade St
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

‘Nature’s Tempo’

A collection of paintings by Carolina Corona, Christy Jerrett, and Kevin Owen inspired by the rhythmic melody of nature’s diverse states.
Observations from dusk to dawn, from the forest to the flower meadows, and beyond.

Starting July 1st and running through the end of August, I will be joined by AFAS Artists Carolina Corona and Christy Jarrett for a show at the Red Dog Gallery in Winston-Salem. I will be at the Gallery for an “Afternoon with the Artist” event, July 11, 2020 from noon until 4:00. We will, of course, be trying to follow all of our Governor’s social distancing regulations so it won’t be a big event as we can’t have more than 10 in the gallery at a time and you might have to wait outside for a bit but it would be wonderful if you can join me.

A quick look at some of my work at the show.

Day’s End (36×24 acrylic on canvas)

Red Dog Gallery
606 N Trade St
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Who knows where this will lead.

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Before I was a musician …

I was a painter, a crayoner, a gluer, a builder of stuff.  For as long as I can remember I have created things.  This website is intended to be a place to collect a lot of those musings.