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.
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
Style sketch done in Corel painter and photoshop, for Hasbro and Lucas films illustration.
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.
Another chicken portrait. 5″ x 7″ oil on linen panel. “available”
My Buddy Kass, 11 yr old golden. Oil on 5″ x 7″ linen panel. nfs
Another rooster for the chicken portrait gallery. Oil on 5″ x 7″ linen panel. “available”
A portrait of Jimmy Yancy, blues pianist. Painted back in the late 90′s. 12″ x 15″, oil on masonite. Happy birthday Mike!
A portrait of one fine looking rooster. Oil on 5″ x 7″ linen panel. “Sold”
For the “Men in Hats” series a self portrait in a hat I just bought today. 5″ x 7″ oil on linen panel.
A white urn in a quiet corner at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Oil on 5″ x 7″ linen panel. “Available”
The par three sixteenth hole on Marriott’s Stonemont course at Stone Mountain Park, Georgia. Commissioned to hang in the pro shop. 24″ x 32″ Oil on linen
The hills above Zihuatanejo, Mexico in the early morning light.
A calendar illustration done around 1982. It depicts Johann Gutenberg, the inventor of the movable type printing press in 1439, at work in his print shop. I took some liberty with the gold leaf. The model was an old friend from NYC, Jim Spillane. 18″x18″ Acrylic on gessoed masonite.
Happy Fourth of July! Happy 18th Birthday Emily! One of my first digital paintings of a little old dog looking out to the digital future, from a wasteland of broken and useless art studio materials. Ready to learn some new tricks.
Digital painting for a magazine cover. Done in Corel Painter and Photoshop.
A northern Wisconsin marsh at sunset. oil on linen.
Cabin on the point, on Granite Lake in upstate Wisconsin. Oil on 5″ x 7″ linen panel. Auction ended ”Available”
Harvey’s barber shop on Cheshire Bridge road in Atlanta, on an early sunday morning. Oil on 5″x7″ linen panel. “Sold”
Angel Trumpets that bloom in our yard until the first frost. Oil on 5″x7″ linen panel. available at auction for 7 days on Ebay. Auction ended, “available”
In honor of the new year, a portrait of Voltaire, a very optimistic and enlightened fellow. Painted from a plaster sculpture hanging in my studio. Oil on 8″x10″ linen. Will be available at auction on Ebay for 7 days. Auction ended, “available”
Interesting door in early November light near downtown Atlanta. Oil on 5″ x 7″ linen panel Available at auction for 7 days on ebay Auction ended, “available”
Abandoned french vineyard, near Mt. Ventoux. oil on 4 1/2″ x 7″ gessoed board. “available” $150
Portrait of my friend, the painter. Randall Diehl. Done from a photo taken in the early 80′s 12″ x 15″ OIl on gessoed masonitekeep looking »