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Music Lover

14″ x 20″ Original Watercolor with Graphite on Handmade Paper $450. Giclee & Ready-to-Hang Canvas Prints Also Available “Music is love, love is music, music is life, and I love my life. Thank you and good night.” —A. J. McLean

Setting The Groove

12″ x 16″ Original Watercolor on handmade paper $550.  Archival Giclee and Standard Prints available “A studio recording is perfection, but emotion and passion come only when you turn on the machine and go for the groove. If you do that with no mistakes, it sounds beautiful.” —Chuck Mangione

El Shaddai

 16″ x 20″  Original Watercolor on handmade paper $1,000. SOLD Archival Giclee and Standard Prints available This watercolor was commissioned for the Amy Grant “Pieces of our Lives” Fall 2010 Tour “An Intimate Evening of Art & Music” and was auctioned to benefit the Compassion International Leadership Development Program.

Four Seasons In One Day

12″ x 16″ Original Watercolor on handmade paper Archival Giclee and Standard Prints available “Four seasons in one day, Lying in the depths of your imagination. Worlds above and worlds below, The sun shines on the black clouds hanging over the domain. Even when you’re feeling warm, The temperature could drop away, Like four seasons in one day.” —Crowded House

Father’s Eyes

Original Watercolor on handmade paper $750. SOLD Archival Giclee and Standard Prints available (This watercolor and video was commissioned for the Amy Grant “Pieces of our Lives” Fall 2010 Tour “An Intimate Evening of Art & Music” and was auctioned to benefit the Compassion International Leadership Development Program)

Sola Piano

16″ x 20″ Original Watercolor on handmade paper Archival Giclee and Standard Prints available “I’m an interpreter of stories. When I perform it’s like sitting down at my piano and telling fairy stories.” —Nat King Cole

Trio

6″ x 9″ in set of 3 Original watercolors on handmade paper cards $600. Archival Giclee and Standard Prints available “I saw a breathtaking sunset out my window, ran for the watercolors and painted it on three cards, then suddenly thought to dash the three music symbols on it.” —Randy Elrod