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Nature's Trail

16" X 20" Acrylic on Canvas Those who enjoy biking know that there is little to compare to the whisper of tires on the trail enhanced the sights and sounds of nature, the cooling breeze of the wind as it brushes your face, and the health benefits that one receives. One of the best bike trails in America is the 90 mile long Silver Comet Trail in Atlanta that wonders through two states.

A New Day

16" X 20" Acrylic on Canvas Everyday brings a new beginning and opportunity to all of nature. Many believe that taking the time each morning in meditation and reflection sets the stage for a bright and positive day. The sun appears to light your way to achieve the goals and dreams you have envisioned for the day

Homeward Bound

36" X 24" Acrylic on Canvas No matter how majestic or how lowly, we all look forward to the sunset and end of the day when we once more return to the piece and security of our home. Like the eagle we have sought to face our day with beauty, bravery, courage, honor, pride, determination, and grace even it it meant flying alone high above the distractors and neighsayers.

Under the Harvest Moon

One of the advantages of being an artist is that memories of one's past, present, and further aspirations not captured on film, can be captured on canvas. Such is the case of my memories riding under the harvest moon on the Path 400 Greenspace in Buckhead, Georgia. The path is 5 miles of winding paved trail amongst restaurants, art centers and parks. In the near future it will be connected to the Silver Comet Trail and other trails around Atlanta as part of the "Buckhead Connection" effort.

The Corner Garage

Before there were paved bike trails and bike shops there were only country roads or cow paths. Either you fixed your bike yourself or; if lucky, took it to a country garage on the corner. As a "vintage adult" ( over 70) I remember well pushing my bike with its flat tire to be patched or broken chain to be linked. While waiting I would purchase a RC Cola, a bag of peanuts and the latest comic book, set on the floor in the cornet waiting the fix. I learned some philosophy from the tales and trials of the customers as they came and went. Good memories.

The Country Garage

Before there were paved bike trails and bike shops there were only country roads or cow paths. Either you fixed your bike yourself or; if lucky, took it to a country garage on the corner. As a "vintage adult" ( over 70) I remember well pushing my bike with its flat tire to be patched or broken chain to be linked. While waiting I would purchase a RC Cola, a bag of peanuts and the latest comic book, set on the floor in the cornet waiting the fix. I learned some philosophy from the tales and trials of the customers as they came and went. Good memories.