Since the stay at home order in the state of New York, I saved a considerable amount of commute time by working in my home. around two hours a day adds up to a lot of extra time on my hands to paint. In the last couple of months I finished two pieces of work.... Continue Reading →
After 9 months, my second Physical Graffiti is complete! This was truly a labor of love. IF you haven't had a chance to see the progress I made previous to this, check out what I previously posted here. It tried my creativity, really pushed me to do better than the last Physical Graffiti. I am... 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 →
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 →
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!
Jimmy Page played guitar with a bow in such Led Zeppelin songs as Dazed and Confused, How Many More Times and In the Light. One of the earlier canvas pieces to be done. This piece is now available via Fine Art America!
Back in December I annouced I was working on a large canvas piece. This is a piece I have been working on since August and can finally say it is complete! From the picture on the left, sketched and acrylic paints slowly bringing it to life.
Going for a more rustic look, I've carved and stained the lyrics to Stairway to Heaven. The symbols representing the four members of the band as well as the Hermit. Where I added two gutar necks in the piece here, in this piece the Gibson EDS-1275 has been added.