color series

The Color Series are large paintings starting in size of 36" x 36".  These were original acrylic paintings on canvas. Following are a few examples.

Liberty

Liberty

Birds of Paradise

Birds of Paradise

1945 - The Kiss

1945 - The Kiss

Coke

Coke

Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix

John Wayne

John Wayne

Bill Murray

Bill Murray

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa

GO

GO

James Dean

James Dean

Sean Connery

Sean Connery

Paris

Paris

Industrial Series

This series is mixed media. Shown here are a few of the collection. The pieces were very three dimensional. It takes several pictures to fully illustrate the art work.

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

Individually United

Individually United

Waterfall

Waterfall

Sister

Sister

Trinity

Trinity

Industrial Revolution - All light wood, using faux metallic paint technique

Industrial Revolution - All light wood, using faux metallic paint technique

Flag - (100+ year old Barn wood, Acrylic)   Born in the early 70’s the artist witnessed the aftershock of Vietnam, listen to grandpa tell about storming Normandy; he went through the Cold War, and in the early 1990’s, after joining the military, he witnessed friends in Desert Storm, Desert Shield and countless other conflicts still going on.   During his early years, the leash was in the hand of people and the collar around the Government.  People were thin, smoking was in; yet cancer, allergies, autism… did not exist (small at best).  Winning did mean everything, being shamed was appropriate; pride for your country was high; and politically correct speech was yet to be born.   Now, armed with knowledge of history, witnessing the present and living days gone by, the artist attest to looming days in our Nations future. He sees the threads of our nation coming apart in view of current events.  Our traditions, meager as they may seem, are being challenged by a generation without sustenance, elderly cast away, and the rest lost in a haze of gluttony and perpetual denial.  He fears the destruction of our nation from the inside out, as quickly as it first sprung.  This painting signifies the artist interpretation of our nation’s current status, torn but still flying – what does the future hold.  What does the Flag mean to you? 

Flag - (100+ year old Barn wood, Acrylic)

Born in the early 70’s the artist witnessed the aftershock of Vietnam, listen to grandpa tell about storming Normandy; he went through the Cold War, and in the early 1990’s, after joining the military, he witnessed friends in Desert Storm, Desert Shield and countless other conflicts still going on. 

During his early years, the leash was in the hand of people and the collar around the Government.  People were thin, smoking was in; yet cancer, allergies, autism… did not exist (small at best).  Winning did mean everything, being shamed was appropriate; pride for your country was high; and politically correct speech was yet to be born. 

Now, armed with knowledge of history, witnessing the present and living days gone by, the artist attest to looming days in our Nations future. He sees the threads of our nation coming apart in view of current events.  Our traditions, meager as they may seem, are being challenged by a generation without sustenance, elderly cast away, and the rest lost in a haze of gluttony and perpetual denial.  He fears the destruction of our nation from the inside out, as quickly as it first sprung.  This painting signifies the artist interpretation of our nation’s current status, torn but still flying – what does the future hold.  What does the Flag mean to you? 

Black & White

Black & White

Hidden in Plain Site

Hidden in Plain Site

the end

There are too many painting, murals, sculptures and other things the artist has made in the name of art. This website would crash if he included them all. One last piece for fun...

American Flag

American Flag

The majority of the art above has sold. However, you may contact the artist directly for inquiries.