Small update: I received the nicest gesture from my customer. They wrote me a very lovely thank you Letter. It's great to know your work is in the hands of someone who will truly love it. --- I have been quiet on the digital front but I have been hard at work! I present... Continue Reading →
Pink Floyd's fourteenth studio album, The Division Bell is a continuation of my work with album covers. Wood carved three dimensional with a router to bring the metal heads, which were sculpted and photographed by Storm Thorgerson, to another level.
Steve Howe is best known for his time with YES of which he was the backing vocals and guitarist for several years from 1970 - present though not continuously. During that time he also worked on a total of 19 solo albums! You can now purchase this Print on Fine Art America and Saatchi Art!
I have found another place to show my work and enable people to purchase prints of my work. I am excited to announce Prints are available for purchase through two channels online as well as directly through myself. Prints available at Fine Art America. Please see my portfolio at Fine Art America for more details. Prints... Continue Reading →
The Jimi Hendrix Experience's third and final studio album, Electric Ladyland was released in 1968. This double album made it to number one and was poduced by Jimi Hendrix himself. This is a great picture of this piece. The colors are really vibrant and you can see the slight elevation of his profile.
A piece I did several years back needed a little make-over. In a previous post, you can see the original work with a wood stained frame. What do you think? I think with this new darker look that it really brings out the art so much better!
This was done many years ago, when I started working on album covers. I had stored this, and others, in my attic where I only just located it. My home is filled with pieces I have done over the years and am literally running out of room! Red Octopus was released in 1975 and was... Continue Reading →
Roger Daltrey on canvas during his performance at Woodstock in 1969. The Who performed their album Tommy, which released only that year.
REO Speedwagon's 5th studio album This Time We Mean It was released in 1975 . Keeping with my ablum work, this was done on wood with aspects routered to elevate aspects of the album work, using acrylic paint.
The seventh studio album Audio Visions was released in 1980. Here I incorporated string, threaded into the wood to accentuate the beams of light adding to the multi dimensional effect. This is the second time I've added this additional material to my album covers. The first cover where threading was used is with Boston's Don't Look Back.