"I have just painted yet, another 18th century violinist. My newest subject. Nannerl Mozart's older sister." Born on July 30th, 1751. Died Oct. 29th, 1829. Detail from Nannerl: 2 by 4 feet $1500.00.
From the movie: Mozart's Sister in French
The Shoshone were bearing down with 60 warriors until they realized that Lewis and Clark's men meant peace. A flag was giving to each tribe as a token of peace from President Jefferson. And Sacajawea brought her child Pompe and met her brother Cameahwait who had become chief since she sold as a wife to Toussaint Charbonneau. Her people would supply horses to the Corps of Discovery. 300.00 oil on canvas. 2 by 3 feet
"You may choose to look the other way but, you can never say again that you did not know" Oil on canvas 16" by 20" 400.00 unframed. Watch Ioan Grudduff in Amazing Grace with star of PBS's Sherlock Holmes, Benedict Cumberbatch.
Each year in April and May, Landing Day is commemorated in Virginia of the first permanent English Settlement. I used to dress in kit for the period for 13 years with St. Maries Militia out of Maryland. A black box was opened with the names of the first council and President. At 4 a.m., land was sighted in the Chesapeake Bay on April 26th, 1607. First landing was made on the 29th. :Large 3 by 4 foot painting. $1500.00.
This was the first big victory for the Americans who fought bravely as volunteers with George Washinton. The Hessians were caught off guard the day after Christmas! And many supplies of food, guns and even some Hessian drums made ol George the victor having crossed the icey Trenton river. Gen. George Washington is seen here accepting the sword from a Hessians paid as mercenaries to fight along side the British.
Huzzah! Colonial cheer of the millitiamen and continentals! Jack Joeutt is our Paul Revere of the south. His dad owned two taverns. One in Charlottesville named Black Tavern and one in nearby Louisa or Cuckoo, Virginia. Now razed, only a sign remains.
Also go to SVACart.com Gallery is on south wayne near the post office look for the yellow awning!!!!!! We have 5"by7" portraits of our first President George Washington.
I enjoy studying the seventeenth century. It really makes you thankful when you see how hard it was to eek out a living with a war going on all century long. Queen Elizabeth sent troops to the Netherlands to abate their war with the Spanish. Musketeer by DeGheyn. The APVA recently discovered "Jane" a young girl, whom forensic experts attibute to cannibalism. I prefer the ceramics.
"I enjoy illustrating landmarks of Colonial American History. George Washington accepting the sword at Trenton, 1776. I am currently working on Elizabeth circa 1588.
Portrait of Squanto: 1580-1620 (a work in progress) It was Samoset, the first Native American Indian in Massachusetts, whom the Pilgrims met in 1620. Samoset introduced to the Saints, Tisquantum or "Squanto", who spoke better English. Squanto helped the Pilgrim settlement survive their first winter. 16 x 20 oil 300.00
I studied Art at Virginia Commonwealth University in the 70's. The MCV medical school was joined to the liberal arts campus. The students painted or sculpted just about anything. Today, I find a real passion in painting portraits or historical illustrations of figurative art (i.e. people art).