My art work is a combination of painting, sculpture, photography and poetry.
I have always been interested in human movement and one of the most interesting human moving activities is dance, I have taken dancers and abstracted them with oils on both canvas and on board.
My photography work spans Black & White, landscape, portraiture, photo manipulation and commercial marketing projects.
My newest sculpture works have been using recycled wood products.
I have found that while it is hard to be “Green” with all my art it is possible to be greener with a little planning.
I am always thinking about my art and looking to add new media into my art portfolio.
A Hand into Hell Une main dans l' enfer
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Textbook Illustrator, Photojournalist, Cartoonist
Simon & Schuster, Oxford Eagle, TV Tempo Magazine,
Daily Mississippian, Washington Post, USA Today, The Olympian , Hunting & Fishing NW Magazine, Bassmaster Magazine, BASS Times
I will be speaking at the Olympia Arts Roundtable Monday, August 27th at 6PM this event is in the main meeting room of the Olympia branch of the Timberline library. I will be presenting a power point presentation about “Waste Wood Sculpture” using all biodegradable and/or recycled products.
This is the second event in my series of being a “Greener Artist”