Frozen Field, 2003  4 x 4"
 Rainy Day in Brooklyn II, 2003  4 x 4"
 Morning Dew, 2003  2 1/2 x 6"
 The Rainy Day in Brooklyn, 2001  2 1/2 x 6"
 Oak Leaf, 1995  5 x 7"
 Moonlight Collector, 2001  2 1/2 x 6"
 Brooklyn Skyline, 2001  2 1/2 x 6"
  Brooklyn Skyline / After the September 11, 2001  2 1/2 x 6"  There was an art competition call from a college in a mid western state. The call was attractive to me because they advertised art pieces that were the size of a one-dollar bill, not bigger also not smaller than the half size of one dollar bill.  From my studio window, there was an unused brick chimney, a water tower and TV antennas. Nothing was special about the Brooklyn skyline, but it fit the size and I proudly created the space and atmosphere of Brooklyn. It won the best of show prize in 2001. It was my first award for my print work.  After the September 11, 2001, the Brooklyn skyline changed with the  new disks for satellite TV reception. The TV tower antenna was destroyed with the World Trade Center. We who lived in NY could not watch TV without a cable connection or the disk.  The material change came with a harsh reality check for NYC residents after the date.                                                                                          2002, New York   
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 April Snow V, 2003  5 x 6 3/4"
 April Snow I, 2003  5 x 6 3/4"
 April Snow I, 2003  5 x 6 3/4"
 April Snow III, 2003  5 x 6 3/4"
 April Snow I, 2003  5 x 6 3/4"
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