I’m excited to share something new from the studio and a departure regarding my figurative metal creations. ELYSIAN DREAM started as a simple little sketch over a cold beer. I must have been drawn to the shapes because I sketched them several times over a few sessions before finally power grinding and sanding metal and beginning to paint. But once I got started, the artwork flowed like a dream.
Tag: Vertical Artwork
January 15 marks the end of the road for my painting, INDIAN SUMMER, which I created in the Fall of 2000 for a step-by-step article and cover for Airbrush Action magazine in April 2001. I had no idea at the time that I was creating what would be one of my all-time favorite airbrushed motorcycle paintings and, most definitely, the most traveled.
A Collaborative Artwork Honoring Doctors, Nurses, and Caregivers — “It’s all about honoring the collective warrior essence of those who go above and beyond for others.” say co-creators A.D. Cook and Beti Kristof. The artists collaborative tribute honors nurses, doctors, and caregivers who have taken up a first-line defense against the global COVID 19 pandemic.