Illustrations/Wall Art

“That is why he was walking down a cold, dark alley dressed as a blacksmith the night he found Iris.” Illustration for “The Dagger and the Rose.” Watercolor 8.5"x11"

“The note was in a spidery, uneven hand and it read as follows: My name is Fordon and I hope you are enjoying your birthday party. Unfortunately, that is all the gladness I can offer at this time because the secret I have to share with you can bring only pain…" Illustration for "The Dagger and the Rose.” Watercolor 8.5"x11"

"“That will be the archer’s cry,” she thought to herself, for she knew how to keep her head in an emergency, and she ducked down closer to Boreas’ neck as the first arrow came streaking towards them. But the archers were too late, and were only able to get off a few hastily aimed shots before Iris, Boreas, and the stranger were swallowed up in darkness."
Illustration for “The Dagger and the Rose.” Watercolor 8.5"x11"

“But then, from the overhead canopy, flowering, tangled branches flashed down over each of the guards entangling them in a mass of green thorns and red buds. Fordon had been caught in the first violent growth and was now held tight in the central trunk by hundreds of branches encircling his legs, body and arms.”
Illustration for “The Dagger and the Rose.” Watercolor 8.5"x11"

Two characters for a children's book called "Opposites." The book is now published and on it's way over to Haiti!

Rock-A-Bye Baby. Acrylic on Bristol. Part of the Nursery Rhyme series. Original painting SOLD.

Hickory, Dickory, Dock. 9x4 in. Acrylic on Bristol.

The Golden Temple. Commission, Oil on Canvas, 24x30 in.

Erica likes the dark, Michael likes the light. One of the illustrations from the book "Opposites."

My logo, which you will find on my business card, letterhead, brochure, etc.

“Wynken, Blynken, and Nod," 8x8” image printed with a white border on an 10x10" Acid free, 100% cotton Fine Art Watercolor paper. $40