Welcome to my art page. I'm a self taught artist who works primarily in graphite. I have always been interested in drawing and during the past few years have had the opportunity to devote a little more time to it. Although I do accept commissions most of my drawings are of people and places that have special meaning to me.
I've put together some of my favorite images on this page. Hopefully you will see something that appeals to you or evokes some special memory.
I will be updating this page periodically so please stop by again.
Thank you,

Now On Display

Some of my drawings are currently on display in The Gallery at 254 Sea Street in Dennisport, MA. The three drawings below are some of my works that are on display.

I'd like to give special thanks to my daughter Kim who has always been and continues to be my inspiration, gallery owner Sylvia Matthews who truly has been my "art angel" and all my friends and family for their support and encouragement .

Tranquil Path

Tranquil Path
Tranquil Path

Yesterday's Pain

Yesterday's Pain
Yesterday's Pain

Clock Tower

Clock Tower
Clock Tower

Bridge Of Memories

"Memories are the treasures that we keep locked
deep within the storehouse of our souls, to keep
our hearts warm when we are lonely."

.. B. Aligada

I dedicate this drawing to the memory of my mother,
Yolanda Czinke, who passed away on March 2, 2008.

I've spent many happy hours walking around Central
Park in NYC with my family. First as a baby, when
weather permitting, my Mom would take me there
for our daily walks. She must have wheeled my
carriage under that Greywacke Arch hundreds of
times. Then over the years we enjoyed many
wonderful outings that included my Dad and my
brother Bob. Later I delighted in sharing the same
with my daughter Kim. This particular drawing is
especially dear to me. It not only brought back
special moments spent with my family but as Mom
watched the image to completion, she and I spoke
of all the pleasant times she recalled.

Thank you Mom, for all your love and all the
beautiful memories.