House Portraits
Greensboro Prints
 and other Architectural Paintings





Over the years, I've had many people ask me for a painting of their current home or their first home or their child's new home. I even did one painting of a Victorian house where a couple had rented an upstairs room when they first got married! Ah, the memories!

My artwork is not computer generated at all! I work from your photos, and if it's near Pensacola, I'll take the photos myself. I like to get lots of close-up details that can't be seen in one photograph.

See my SHOP for prices of various sizes:

If you want an original painting at a really good price right now, please use the Contact form below, or email me at Ask questions. Discuss the view you want. Together we'll figure out the best look for your particular house!

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House Portraits and Architectural Paintings
(Scroll down for Greensboro Prints and Raleigh Prints)

House Portraits
Prices begin at $275. Please contact me for a quote

I paint houses - architectural renderings, not house paint!  These are commissions for paintings of houses, office buildings and public buildings. Your homeplace, or first home, or the house where your are living now, or your office building can be sentimental to you and family members. It makes a great gift for birthdays or any time, for family, friends, and business acquaintances. Realtors often give a House Portrait to a client as a thank you gift.

Contact me about pricing and turnaround time.

First and Second Edition Prints of
Historic Greensboro NC

I painted Greensboro scenes using photographs taken in 1910, 1918, 1949, and 1960, borrowed from the Greensboro History Museum, the Greensboro Merchants Association, and Jack Moebes, a retired photographer for the Greensboro Daily News and Record. Working with the help of the J. Harold Smith Framing and Art studio of Greensboro, NC, I published and sold limited editions of each. The first two editions were black and white prints which I painted individually, and for the next three scenes I published full color reproductions. Each of the five paintings was a limited edition of between 100 and 200 prints. As of today, most of the original series have sold out, but a few are still available at various art venues. I am selling newer prints. See the Shop on this website. 

Creating accurate paintings had its challenges. The black and white photos were grainy, and I couldn’t see all of the names on the store signs. I needed to know what stores were in that block the year the photographs were taken. But I didn’t have the exact year. So I went to the library and looked through city directories and telephone books to narrow down the locations of particular stores during certain years. Color was another issue. I wanted to put some color into the cars, but what colors for what vehicles? I consulted some car enthusiasts – my brother-in-law included - who would tell me things like, “Ford didn’t make that color until such-and-such a year.”

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Davie Street, Raleigh NC 

Raleigh NC was my home for several years. This is a 10"x13" print of an original pen and ink drawing that I drew in 1984. It is an accurate view of W. Davie Street, as you stand on Dawson St. looking East on Davie.

I have fun looking at this drawing and remembering how downtown Raleigh used to be when I was working there in the 1980s. Davie Street is one of the few streets downtown that is not a one-way street. That's how I could always get where I needed to go – I'd drive to Davie Street and avoid the one-ways! Geez. That was lifetimes ago!

I have the original drawing for sale for $250, and prints at varying prices.

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