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 →
This weekend I am participating in my second show organized by LI Art Show! I and other local artists will be there all day with live music and wine! Family (and dogs!) welcome and hopefully the sun will be shining! I will be showcasing some of my work and will have have prints on hand... Continue Reading →
I showed you my studio a few months back. Where I work and where my work is displayed. But my work isn't just in my home! It's everywhere! At work I have several prints displayed. Show I'm passionate about, what I am working on and what's available. Where do you show off what your passionate... Continue Reading →
Come join us at the beautiful historic waterfront Harmony Vineyards on Saturday, May 21st, 2016! Enjoy live music, local artists and crafters, wine and beer! Dog friendly too!
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 →
A very talented photographer from England, Tony Murtagh, has been gracious enough to feature my work on his site! It's amazing when artists work together and share each others talents and resources. Check out Tony's site and my featured piece. You can also see Tony on Facebook, Flickr and Twitter!
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 →
Portrait of Mick Jagger on canvas. The images allow the piece to be seen under different lighting showing how this piece can be viewed.
Eat a Peach! The Allman Brothers Band
The Allman Brothers Band released Eat a Peach in 1972. This time painting the album cover IN the bowl.