Thin Blue and Red line

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.

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First Responder Tribute

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!

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Elsa and Anna photo cut-out board

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!



Doodling Obsession

My recent doodling obsession has gone from my drawing pad to a t-shirt.  I began one day while I was watching the Breaking Bad series, doodling faces.


Once I had filled this sheet I decided to do another and began drawing boxes, in color.

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the boxes became frogs…

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the frogs hopped on a T-shirt once again as faces.  Go figure.

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Not certain where my doodling obsession will lead next…


Mikhail Baryshnikov – the color of dance

Mikhail Baryshnikov – the color of dance.  For this painting I used a 16 x 20 inch canvas, acrylic paint and matte gel.  The painting was inspired from a photograph of Mikhail Baryshnikov performing one of his signature artistic ballet jumps.  I wanted the painting to capture the fluid movement and absolute perfection of his body placement in this ballet jump.  Mikhail Baryshnikov, “Misha”,  will forever be known as one of the greatest ballet dancers in history.