Poster, flyer, and social media images to promote a local production of The Vagina Monologues benefiting a local family shelter.
A gift for my godson’s 10th birthday.
This is an illustration I’ve had rattlling around in my head for awhile. I left the normal comfort zone of my style to achieve the look I envisioned. (In case you are curious, yes I love steak. But no, I don’t like it done rare. I’m a medium-well kinda guy.)
Random poster concept that floated through my head that prompted me to try a radically simple approach.
Hula Snowman illustration for friends going on a Hawaiian cruise.
So what’s with the nick 4.0? It’s version 4.0 of me. Today I turn 40. The BIG 4-OH. But you know what is funny? I don’t feel “40”. I don’t look “40” (well at least I don’t think I do). Age really is just a number. And I’ve decided that after a pre-midlife crisis, that my life … Read more nick 4.0
The latest in my Petroglyph Prints series…hand of God. Man and woman journey across the ages from the Dreamtime to the Revelation that they never left the loving cradle of their Creator’s hands. You can purchase a gorgeous 12×12″ print here. While I researching my petroglyphs, I came across this image: To me, I immediately thought … Read more new work: hand of God
The latest in my Petroglyph Prints series…just in time for All Hallow’s Eve! Deep below the magnificent skies of heaven in the fiery underworld souls are tortured for their misdeeds by the Dark God. If you like it, you can purchase a gorgeous 12×12″ print here. I haven’t done a Petroglyph Print in awhile and … Read more new work: dark god
This is the newest in my line of Petroglyph Prints, dawn of man: In the Dreamtime, long before the written word, a new figure appeared on the horizon that would change the world. I’m having fun with my Petroglyph series of prints. I’ve always loved mythology and archeology and history, stories, and of course, art. So this … Read more New Work: dawn of man
Dragon Hunters is the newest in my series of Petroglyphs wherein I combine an iPhone photo (or three) and ancient Petroglyphs to tell a story from the Dreamtime era of humanity. Deep within the caves of the dreamtime, hunters do fierce battle with a fire-breathing dragon. I started with a spill on the sidewalk that … Read more New Work: Dragon Hunters
It’s funny, swimming amongst the stars was not the image I set out to create. As I was exploring a new direction with my petroglyph/photography collage, I did some experimenting. While the intent was to only have a photo background, I found this beautiful image of two swans that I took awhile back. I decided … Read more New Work: swimming amongst the stars
Poseidon’s Pool represents a new direction for me and my artwork. I have always loved mythology and tried to represent it in my artwork and illustrations. Now I feel that I’ve found the ultimate way to merge the two: combining my photography with petroglyphs to tell the old stories in new ways. The simple line … Read more New Work: Poseidon’s Pool
My dad passed away June 8, 2011 from Alzheimer’s. Since then, I have participated in the fundraiser walk each year. This is the second year that I’ve offered a print as a fundraiser incentive. The concept behind the print is that the flower is forget-me-not flower is being distorted by the disease, but no one … Read more Forget Me (not) 2013
So I did a dirty thing…I entered a poster contest. No prize, not certain of who holds the rights. I’m sure some NO-SPEC’ers out there will frown upon me. But you know what? I really don’t care. One of my favorite shows, Castle, just celebrated their 100th episode. I was there from the beginning, when … Read more Celebrating Castle’s 100th Episode