Sunday, April 6, 2014

BAD, BAD, GAL Jeff Weissman

If you are assigned Jeff Weissman as your GAL protest, run, and report him for believing pedophilia is okay. This is a man that the judges assign who believes in the theory of PAS developed by the sick psychologist named Richard Gardner. Look up Mr. Gardner and his theory on PAS who was a pedophile himself. "PAS has not been accepted by experts in psychology, child advocacy or the study of child abuse[5] or legal scholars.[6] PAS has been extensively criticized by members of the legal and mental health community, who state that PAS should not be admissible in child custody hearings based on both science and law" By Wikipedia

But you can read all about PAS and Richard Gardner and how he ended up committing suicide after his own "attractions" to children became known. So If Jeff Weissman is assigned to your case, unless you don't give a damn about your children, keep him as far away as possible for the reasons I sited above.

More on his perjury in court and his "best interest in the lawyer"....Money. Remember he received accoloides from his own peer group of "In" lawyers, so that should speak volumes on how deceptive and corrupt this person is. There should actually be warning signs "Keep your children away from Jeff Weissman".

Monday, October 12, 2009

Grey Day

I know it's been a while since I posted, but I put down my paint brush this summer and concentrated on writing. I took a glorious trip up the East coast and many many stops along the way visiting places I had not seen before. During my journey I got to visit many galleries as well as stopping into the Metropolitan Museum of Art, always a treat.
So now I am back at my studio and trying to integrate some of the visual sensations I experienced along the way. I am still very interested in capturing mood. In this painting called Grey Day it is not just the overall somber lighting that tells a story, but I also choose the lone tree in the foreground to amplify the feeling of moments of reflection.
Enough with the gibberish, basically I am still working on translating the beauty of the surrounding water and sky to my viewer. This oil painting is 14" x 18" and sells for $399

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Free at Last

This is what freedom feels like to me. After 12 straight years of a court battle I am finally free free free from all the court whores, corrupt judges, and voyeurs. This scene was painted from my back yard. Actually it was inspired one afternoon after I went out kayaking in the Gulf which is my backyard. The feeling of complete oneness with the world and the beauty of our planet enfolded me in it's arms. This 16" x 20 " oil painting goes for $1200

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Blue, blue and more blue, this has to be one of the most soothing of colors. Though in the foreground a dark storm cloud is looming, chances are it will dissipate within a half hour. Because the keys are a collection of small specs of islands, clouds and stormy weather seem to pass us right by. I think because our land mass is so small there is nothing to keep a storm lingering, so most of the year the days are filled with sun and wisps of clouds. This 10" x 10" original oil painting sells for $250

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Kite flyer

Another lovely day is ending in the Keys as the bewitching hour descends upon us. The fun and joy of children running down the beach, flying kites and splashing in the water is a perfect end to a perfect day. I just love that water, love that sky, love that sunset, love the wondrous effect it all has on me. This oil painting is 10" X 20" and sells for $1200

Sunday, May 3, 2009


The beach is one of the best places to go and watch people, gaze off into the seas, listen to the surf and feel that all is one with the universe. The lure of the ocean is that it has a wonderful soothing effect that engulfs our very being. Everyone can just be themselves, there are no airs, no one is wearing designers clothes or driving expensive clothes, there are no judgements there is only peace.

This could be anyone, any family, any stranger at any beach in the world. If you are wondering it is a painting of the Bahia Honda Beach which is MM40 on the keys in Florida. Voted one of the top 10 beaches in the world. This oil painting is 24" x 18" and sells for $899

Friday, March 27, 2009

Thunder head cloud

I guess I spend so much time in the clouds, because the situation here on earth seems more elusive, then the ever changing skies. I turn on the news or pick up the paper and it is hard to make heads or tails as to what is going on in the world. All is turned upside down, flaunting your sexuality at any age is a good thing and believing in traditional marriage is a bad thing, you be the judge. I only know that in the topsy turvey world that we live in I can count on looking up every day and being totally calmed by our audacious sky.
This original oil painting is painted on a 9" x 12" gallery wrapped canvas, and continues on all four sides. Price $199