December, last year, my most ambitious and detailed wood carving of a cover album to date had been sold. Physical Graffiti challenged me like nothing artistically had before and it hung proudly in my wall for 23 years. It was bitter-sweet. I was proud of my work and pleased that someone else was in love... Continue Reading →
This year we worked on remodeling our kitchen and expanded it. That cut into the spare room so did some rearranging of my Led Zeppelin work. This work spans 20+ years and is diverse in style and material. Admittedly, there is far more work of Plant and Page than anyone else in the band, hopefully,... Continue Reading →
Physical Graffiti is a special piece to me. It was recently sold and shipped to its new home! Having it sold is a bitter-sweet feeling. I've talked about Physical Graffiti before, back in 2016, when I did a bit of a face lift to the frame. The journey I took with my art to create Physical... 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 →
He was considered by many to be the best drummer of rock and despite all the Led Zeppelin work I have done, this is the first time that I have painted his likeness. John Bonham (1948-1980) was the drummer for Led Zeppelin from 1968 until his death in September of 1980 where he passed away... Continue Reading →
Sometimes you need to touch upon work done years past. A fresh, clean look to a great but aged piece. For Physical Graffiti, it was time. Before And now after! Not only is the frame black but I touched up the brownstones themselves. It has a more realistic look on what you can expect to see... Continue Reading →
Here are a several pieces I did of Jimmy Page. Two are done on canvas while the middle piece is done on wood and carved using a router too allow for a more defined look and painted with acrylics. The first two can be found at Fine Art America!
Robert Plant can also be found on Fine Art America! This piiece was done on hard wood, using acrylics and I had this piece scanned in order to create a print. I wanted to know how a scan would come out on one of my wood pieces in which I had used a router to... Continue Reading →