The Iris are huge and beautiful in our garden this spring. I managed to paint this before they were flattened by the rain.. Oil on 12″ x 16″ linen.
An odd shaped building by the tracks near midtown Atlanta, with downtown off in the distance. 12″ x 16″ Oil on linen.
A back alley type street full of little cars and motorbikes. 5″ x 7″ oil on linen panel.
Parking was crazy on this little Street/alley in Rome. Oil on 5″x7″ linen panel
Another of my friend Alec. Oil on 5″x7″linen panel.
A winding street scene in Vatican City. Oil on 5″x7″ linen panel.
A scene from our trip a few years ago,somewhere in Rome.
Atomic disintegrator, made by Hubley, Thanks to Russ Williams for the loan of his ray gun for my still life. Oil on 12″ x 16″ canvas panel.
A small portrait of my friend Alec. Painted from one of his photos taken in Northern Michigan. Oil on 8″ x 10″ linen panel.
Another from the fall plein air workshop in Tryon, NC. Oil on 11 ” x 14″ canvas.
A view of the North Carolina Mountains painted on recent fall outdoor workshop with Rich Nelson. Oil on 9″ x 12″ canvas
A vase of irises from our garden, Painted early this past summer. 12″ x 16″ oil on linen.
3 views of Jackson, our big beautiful flat coat retriever. He left a short time ago and went wherever good dogs go when they pass on. He was a pal and a clown and we miss him. Oil on 24″ x 36″ canvas
An illustration from a book I’ve been working on for years now. I might finish it in this lifetime, or maybe not. Done digitally in Painter and Photoshop.
An illustration from the archives. A magazine ad from the summer of 1978. Happy birthday dear Emily, and a happy 4th to all.
White parish door at historic, Church of the cross, in Bluffton, SC. Oil on 8″ x 10″ linen panel.
Another of Nina Simone for the musician series. 14″ x 14″ Oil on linen
Today’s post is a doorway in the French Quarter of New Orleans. I don’t remember the street, but I loved the old world look of the architecture. Oil on 8 ” x 10″ linen panel.
I don’t even want to admit how long ago I painted this illustration. Ok, it was 1977. I didn’t have as much hair as Ricky, but almost. I still have the original painting for this one. The illustration was used as a book cover as well as a large poster. I see the posters [...]
A covered bridge at Stone Mountain Park. Near Atlanta Georgia. Painted plein air. Oil on 11″ x 14″ canvas.
A scene from the ocean course on Kiawah Island, SC. Oil on 11″ x 14″ canvas.
Color study for Nina Simone painting. 5 1/2″x6 1/2″ oil on linen
Another in the chicken series. I don’t know what it is about chickens. Maybe it’s the expressive faces. This one seems a bit surpised. 5″ x 7″ oil on linen panel.
The Buck Rogers U235 Atomic Blaster. If that is important to anyone Oil on 8″ x 10″ linen panel. “Available”
Style sketch done in Corel painter and photoshop, for Hasbro and Lucas films illustration.
A Flash Gordon Ray Gun, another from my friend Russ Williams’ collection. 8″ x 10″ oil on linen At auction on ebay “Sold”
A view of Stone Mountain from across the lake on a 95 degree day. Stone Mountain park, Georgia. 8″x 10″ oil on linen. At auction for 7 days. Available
Lovely shadows from deco balconies in Rome. Oil on 7″ x 9″ gessoed panel. “Sold”
A still life painting of a Buck Rogers water pistol ray gun. Oil on 8″x10″ linen panel The gun is from the fine and funky collection of my friend Russ Williams. Russ is a talented graphic artist and incredible sculptor of otherworldly creatures and spaceships, made from worldly objects. Sold
Yellow onion on Blue.8″x10″ oil on linen panel. “Available” Thanks to Rich Nelson for sharing some of his time and knowledge, at his landscape workshop this past week. I recommend it to painters of any skill level.keep looking »