The artist's painting "Summer" was exhibited and sold at the prestigious MFA Summer Party and Auction at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
The MFA is one of the top art museums in the world.
"Summer" achieved the second highest auction bid of any of the many artworks sold.
The Copley Society of Boston is the oldest art society in America. The artist is an award winner in painting at the Copley.
The artist's Family Portraits were chosen by RI Monthly magazine, in a well known annual award list, as "Best of Rhode Island."
The magazine invented the category in order to honor the artist's work.
The artist's work is in private and public collections worldwide, including here, at the home of the Prime Minister of Belgium.
He is shown here greeting the President of the United States Bill Clinton under "Overlooking the River."
The artist was invited to be the Boston Pops artist for the annual concert and auction with the Arts foundation of Cape Cod.
His painting, "Music by the Sea," was auctioned, made into a high quality limited edition print, and used for the concert program cover.
One of the most prominent and well known auctions in the world is the "Possible Dreams" fundraiser on Martha's Vineyard.
Artists and celebrities from Walter Cronkite to Art Buchwald to Carly Simon and many more have donated "Possible Dreams" over the years.
The artist donated the chance to be the model for his next painting.
The artist's sports paintings were exhibited as part of the Deacon Jones Foundation exhibit with the NFL at "NFL Honors" at Super Bowl 50. Included were paintings of Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowsi, Lynn Swann and Joe Namath.
For several years the artist has exhibited a portrait of the honored guest speaker at the Providence Journal "All-State Scholastic Awards."
Prominent athlete speakers have included David Ortiz, Rob Gronkowski, Pedro Martinez and Paul Pierce.
The artist's works were featured at TD Garden prior to the Hall of Fame induction of Boston Bruin Terry O'Reilly.
They have been exhibited at the New England Patriots Hall of Fame, and are in the permanent collection of the Sports Museum of New England.