Saturday, November 20, 2021

The Ellicott Theater has been converted to a brand new gallery space. The work of over twenty artists is being displayed. There is a large amount of my work also on display. And most of it is from my own collection of my favorite paintings that have never been shown. I’ve decided to purge my own collection to make room for new work, so this is a rare opportunity to view and perhaps purchase some of my more unique works.



I’ve just delivered a third group of paintings to replace ones that have sold. So there are now about forty items to choose from, the largest showing of my work since 2016.

The Gallery is at the intersection of Main Street and Columbia Pike in Historic Ellicott City, Md.

Hours: 

Monday, closed Tuesday to Friday 3 to 6pm Saturday 11 - 6pm Sunday 11 - 5pm




Wednesday, August 11, 2021

The Brush With History print series is finished!

After almost a year of work outdoors, in a remote studio and back at my own studio, the "A Brush With History" series of fifty paintings of Historic Ellicott City is finally finished!

Prints are for sale as both 12x12 sets and larger individual prints on Etsy.

There is a video of each set: here


Thursday, August 5, 2021

Purkey Fine Arts is Growing!


 There are now 29 art lesson videos available at purkeyfinearts.com

About half of they can be viewed for free!

The more detailed lessons are available by subscribing and it's only $10 per month for access to everything.


Tuesday, July 27, 2021

A View of Ellicott City, Md - an original limited edition print now available

 Ok, folks, my latest and greatest print is done. I’m currently doing a proof check, and making the first few copies. This is a large print, 16x20 inches. There will only ever be 250 copies made in a numbered and signed edition. The images are: Firehouse Museum, Lilburn Castle, B&O Station, Angelo Castle, Patapsco Female Institute, Walker-Chandler House, Opera House, Bernard Fort House, Disney’s Tavern, St.Paul Catholic church, Tongue Row, Emory Methodist Church, Thomas Issac Log Cabin, Tiber Alley, Howard House, and St. Paul Street.

This print can be purchased from my Etsy shop



Thursday, May 13, 2021