This interview was done at the height of Titanic mania on News 12 Long Island! While this interview is an aged interview, you can get an idea of the projects I was doing, and where I was going with my work. This ten minute segment on building of the Titanic and the carving of Led Zeppelin's... Continue Reading →
I am really excited about this canvas. And for a couple of reasons. To start with, this piece and I have been on a journey. I struggled with this canvas. It sat on the aisle for months and months. I did not like where it was going, I had start over with some aspects of... Continue Reading →
My 2112 Rush painting and the question on artistic liberties.Some time ago, back in 2015, I finished a painting on canvas I titled 2112. It was my tribute to Rush a great rock band hailed from Canada....
Over the years, I have been working on my technique. Play with textures, shadows and colors. Only with painting can you improve painting. When it comes to rock paintings I have done as late, I really believe some of my best work is this painting here of Freddy and The Edge I did earlier. I... Continue Reading →
Every new place we visit, I try to find that perfect place to paint. Last year I made a trip to England with my wife to visit my daughter and take in some new sites. While in England, I found that perfect place to paint. Windsor Castle. Such a magnificent and beautiful castle with a... Continue Reading →
I showed the journey I took in making a new wood plaque of the cover. This time, I wanted to make it using an alternative cover by Storm Thorgerson.
This is, by far, my favorite work on canvas to date! The color is vibrant and I was able to capture The Edge in his element, on stage with his guitar! David Howell Evans, otherwise known as The Edge is the is lead guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist for U2. Done using acrylic paint,... Continue Reading →
I am really excited how this is coming out! What do you think? Does the wood work give justice to the cover?Ever work in wood? And as an artist, do you share progress on your work or do you only reveal upon completion?