I’ve been working on these flag and military paintings for an upcoming art show that I’ll be participating in and have completed one of each: Thin Red Line, Thin Blue Line, U.S. flag and the Band of Brothers, Afghanistan. I created each painting using spray paint, plastic bags and a stencil on canvas panels.
The Thin Blue and Thin Red line are each tribute paintings for both our fire fighters and police officers. Each painting is on a 16×20 canvas panel and is created by using spray paint, acrylic paint and plastic bags.
These are two pieces that I did last year around the time the Walking Dead season was about to start again. The moon with the wolverine howling is actually a 16×20 acrylic on canvas painting. The image in the background of the zombies is a 9×12 drawing I did in color pencil.
So, I thought it would be fun to replicate the classic American Gothic painting into my version of the American Goth-ish painting. The painting is an 8×10 acrylic on canvas.Happy Halloween!
While taking a walk one day, a nearby church was having a yard sale and was selling all kinds of old stuff to raise money for the school. There were two old metal elementary school desks sitting there with a price tag of $10 each so I offered the guy $10 for the two and he said yes. Now, having two little guys in the family who are each turning two, one in November and the other in December, I decided to buy the desks and transform them into customized birthday gifts. The one little guys birthday party was yesterday and he loves Nemo so… here are the before and after pictures of the customized Nemo character desk.
Needless to say the little guy loves his new Nemo desk!
Desk number two transformation will be along soon. Enjoy!
Good times had at the Pumpkin Run in Clermont County Ohio. Despite the rain I was able to get several good photographs. Each photograph has been creatively enhanced using computer software to highlight the unique details of each vehicle.
The owners were very gracious with their time explaining to me the history of their vehicle and the time and money spent over the years creating their vision. I felt after to speaking to the owners that the process of rebuilding cars/trucks is truly an art form and definitely a lifetime labor of love.
This is a 16×20 acrylic painting I did as a Tribute to the First Responders. I have superimposed an image of a painting I did of the Statue of Liberty into the print. Enjoy!
First attempts at drawing and coloring caricatures of a few of my favorite actors. Enjoy!
A 14×17 color pencil drawing of a space monkey and aliens.
This is a photo of a close up of Elsa and Anna that I painted on a piece of 3 x 4 foot board for a photo cut-out board for a birthday party. But before I cut the holes for the faces I couldn’t help myself and painted Elsa and Anna as Day of the Dead characters.
Elsa and Anna never looked better!