My first oil portrait. I thought Lincoln was appropriate subject matter. 18"x24"
I had not seen the photo this painting is based on until recently. I like the emotion in it. Dr. King looks to be pleading and exasperated with his audience. He seems to be giving everything he has to bring them along.
His hair I imagine as electrons firing and dancing that blend into the space that surrounds him. (watercolor 16" x20")
I have always liked the photo this painting is based on. I think Lennon looks world weary and knows a thing or two he's keeping to himself.
Honest Abe looks weary to the bone. The Civil War rages behind him.
One of the greats. Number 42. oil on canvas. 20"x16"
Jimi died 45 years ago on Sept 18. His music carries forward.
Washington. Icon. President. General. Oil on Canvas. 20" x 16"
I took a photo of these two in Piedmont Park on Saturday morning near the market. They seem to be having an important conversation, or maybe they're just enjoying the view. 12x16 in
Ruby's Best Day
A city dog rarely has a chance at unbridled freedom, but this day Ruby was able to run and sniff as much as she desired. 11"x15"
This is a painting of Bill Mallard. A dear man from Glenn Memorial UMC who passed away on Dec 23rd, 2014. I had not planned this painting as a way to finish out my art year, but I think that is how art is. Sometimes it comes to us, rather than us having to go looking for it, so Bill, for that, I say, "Thank You!" I loved Bill, as it seems all who knew him did.