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 →
In 2016, I made a trip to Europe with my wife. I had never been to Paris and either had my daughter, now living in Europe, so we met there. It was a great trip! We saw many of the sights you'd expect to see in Paris including Notre Dame. We had sat on the... Continue Reading →
After the success of my Titanic project, I dove right into my next project, this time a battleship. Fueled by that success and an urge to push myself, I set out on the USS North Carolina. But as time went on, I felt myself losing my drive for creation. The battleship slipped in the abyss.... 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 →
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 →