Space snails move forward at warp crawl. These snails were created before the "snail trails" on Pluto were discovered and are more about how their shells grows along a golden mean. And the same nautilus pattern can be found in everything from sea shells and centers of sunflowers to hurricanes and galaxies. Print [...]
If rockets could dream, would their fantasies include the moon? After all, the U.S. hasn't been on the moon since the last landing in 1972. the Atlas rocket depicted is fitted with four boosters and carries a satellite payload. the image is a faux watercolor with a good portion of this painting is photo [...]
This somewhat impressionist painting is inspired by two things. One is a house in St. Augustine built before litigation-timid Levitt Town inspired architecture was the rule. A cross between New England and Florida Beach quiche, this house looked like the most comfortable nest. And if the owner were a bird, it would have to [...]
A happy labradoodle surfs all day, sometimes startling the occasional seagull. This concept was constructed from multiple studies of a friend's puppy in addition to a few water and surfer compositions. The seagull was added for a little more comedy. Print Available for Purchase Full sized prints (24"W x 36"H x 1.25"D) [...]
An illustration made for t-shirts sold to raise money for the Innocence project. The expected audience would be avid motorcycle enthusiasts. Since the project had a limited color palette (saves printing expensive), I suggested that a retro approach might be effective. And yes, it worked—they loved them.
Florida Flamingos would probably follow the laws of additive light theory when painting themselves since their color can be so intense that it’s practically light emitting. This is a nod to digital artists. Photo illustration and digital art using Photoshop and Illustrator with some finishing work done with Topaz lab’s “simplify” filter. Print [...]
If Flaminos ran NASA, we'd still be flying shuttles, and they would all be painted PINK! NASA had a serous purpose for the colors they chose, and understandably any deviation from those might give any NASA engineer the creeps, but after years of rendering crisp white shuttles, even in sunset conditions calling for a more [...]
A shuttle drifts languidly above a free floating water globe with manatees against a nebula backdrop. This image started out as a Prismacolor drawing on Canson paper and was later finished up digitally in Photoshop. Print Available for Purchase