A week from tomorrow, Kindred Spirits will make their debut at the Big Bang Bazaar! Paula and I have spent the whole summer getting ready for this incredible event and we are excited to share our talents with all of you in a setting that truly celebrates artists and artisans. The Big Bang Bazaar is […]Read more "Kindred Spirits at Big Bang Bazaar"
As I may have mentioned in a previous post… I LOVE The Muppets. I was fortunate enough to have four of my Muppet paintings included in a puppet-themed art show a few years ago here in Orlando, FL. This one features my favorite Muppet (aside from Kermit, of course) – Beaker – and is titled […]Read more "Beaker"
This is a painting I did over the summer for a show titled “Go with the Flow.” It wasn’t accepted, but I love how it turned out. I wanted to explore the idea of merging the symbol for the astrological sign Pisces (two fish) and the Yin and Yang. Instead of the traditional black and […]Read more "Pisces"
There are only a few days left to make your way to Osceola Arts for a final viewing of the “Seuss Whimsy” Art Show. I am so pleased that my painting, “Frances McFeather,” was included alongside so many wonderful pieces of artwork. The show was bright, colorful and full of fanciful environments and fantastic creatures. […]Read more "Oh, the Places You’ll Go!"
Chris Carr is a talented photographer that I had the honor of writing about for the March 2017 issue of Artborne Magazine. Chris’s photography is inspired by the reflections created in various bodies of water. Anything from a puddle to a lake becomes the window to a surreal world and Chris captures the view. Below […]Read more "Chris Carr: Reflections of the Surreal in the Mundane"
“Neil Makes Me a Tree” is a painting I completed last year (2016) for a Stardust-themed art show at God’s and Monsters here on Orlando, FL. This piece is significant to me for a few reasons and I’ll do my best to explain. Besides the fact that it is the largest painting I’ve ever created […]Read more "“Neil Makes Me a Tree”"
I love the Soot Sprites from the Studio Ghibli films! So much so, that I decided they should have their own little painting. This one is inspired by the scene in “Spirited Away” in which the Soot Sprites are carrying colorful star-shaped candies. The Soot Sprites bring a comedic element to the Miyazaki films and […]Read more "Soot Sprites"