Friday, May 3, 2013


This another piece from my current show.  If you would like to see more visit

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

I have a show coming up this April in a town called Orient.  It's on the North Fork in the Hamptons area of Long Island.  I finally got the website up.  So visit .
This is one of twelve painting that will be in the show.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Here is one of the last paintings I've completed. This painting took a while. I used more glazes on this painting than I ever have before and this technique will serve me well on a painting I'm currently working on. I thought the perspective lines on this gave it pretty dynamic composition. I went a while without seeing this painting and then owner was nice enough to let me come by and photograph it. I was pleasantly surprised. It's weird to work so hard on something and then wish it farewell the moment it's done and sometimes before the paint is dry. I thought it looked good in the space and I'm glad I took the time.
Hello and one and all. I'm back! I have been doing plenty of art and zero posting. I am sorry, but there is good news. I got a house, I got a wife, and I plan on getting my MFA. Enough about me. Here is some design work I did over a year ago. I will be catching this blog up on the art I've done in the last year and half in stages. Anyways, I like how these turned out and there were other posters, a play bill, a map and other pieces that went with this job but these two represent the others well enough.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Some of my first paintings

Here is the first painting I did after graduation. It is also the first painting I sold to someone that wasn't a friend or family member. I sold it to family in Norway. This painting along with the one below I painting in the hallway of the apartment I lived in. It was kind of tough because I could only back up about 5 ft and these paintings are about 4 ft wide.
This is the second painting I did after collage. It was part of my first show and I there are still large parts of this painting that I'm quite proud of. My mom bought it so I get to see it anytime I go home. This is nice because so many paintings get shipped away and I never see them again. I'm not sure I should care but when you invest so much into something it would be nice to revisit it from time to time. Something they taught us at the Illustration Academy was to not get attached to your artwork. If you get too scared of messing something up you'll have a lot harder time improving. Nothing like throwing a piece of art across the room and against the wall, after you spent the last 50 hours driving yourself crazy to get it the way you want it. And that my friends is a run-on sentence.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

17 degrees aint nothing

Hey guys. Guess what? My friend Carlton Mackey and myself made a mini documentary. What you see above is the poster I designed for it and above that is the film festival we are going to be in this thursday. It's called 17 degrees aint nothing. it's about 18 minutes long and it's five homeless people in atlanta. We also got this fellow into docu-fest that will be held at the carter center and we will be showing at Emory University in late June. We have other viewing planned in Atlanta and we will enter it into some national film festivals after our first few viewings and get some feed back. We will have a website to view in it's entirety later own for everyone who couldn't make it out to one of the shows. Carlton Mackey's blog is Check it out, it's good stuff!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Monday, April 12, 2010

There were four in this series. I believe I posted two others a while back.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

If any one still looks at this blog I thought you might be tired of looking at my sketches so pulled this up out of the archives. A women's tee shirt I did a few years ago. There are two others in the same vibe. I'll post those later.