I hung a few paintings at CAG, 99 Main Street in Halifax VA. Among them is an early acrylic, Waitingfor Harry.
Harry was our letter carrier in Brookeville MD in the 70s, when Brookeville was still mostly rural. One woman liked to wait at her mailbox for Harry and, in cold weather, she sometimes wore only her fur coat (don't know how Harry knew that). I never met her but I imagined she might look like this. I like the impatient attitude and the knife-wielding shadow in this one.