Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Roswell, New Mexico

I drew this portrait back in the fall of 2017. Last January, Warner Brothers Entertainment approached me about using a print of it as a background-set-piece in the reboot of a TV series, Roswell, premiering on the CW Network tonight! This sci-fi drama (retitled Roswell, New Mexico) involves extraterrestrials hiding amongst the citizens of this storied New Mexico town. If you watch Roswell, this image (along with other alien-themed artwork) can be seen on the walls of the Crashdown Cafe, a recurring location on the show.

You can purchased a signed print of this piece here!

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Riverdale Country School

Here’s a piece for my friends at Riverdale Country School, who wished to sing their community into 2019 on a high note!

Hand-drawn Holiday Cards

It’s become my tradition to create hand-drawn holiday cards for my family. 
Here’re a couple finished drawings.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

The Grand Dutchess

It was a thrill to draw this commissioned piece for my friends at the Grand Dutchess Bed & Breakfast. This exquisite Victorian inn sits in the heart of my Hudson Valley town, Red Hook, NY.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018


Yoda is one of the most beloved and powerful Jedi Masters in the Star Wars universe. He lived to be 900 years old, but his wisdom lives on throughout many galaxies. No doubt, "the force is strong with this one." This piece was inspired by a series called World Tour - in which I use maps as inspiration for drawing people, animals, and Jedi masters.  Prints are available here!

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Marlene Dietrich

Heres a portrait of the Marlene Dietrich, drawn on a map of Berlin. In the first half of the 20th century, Marlene Dietrich was one of the biggest movie stars in the world. This talented actress/singer/diva was also known for her humanitarian efforts during WW 2. She helped German and French exiles find housing, as well as advocating for their citizenship in the US. As a bisexual woman, she enjoyed spending time at drag clubs in 1920s Berlin (her home town) . Materials: Pen, dry brush, and pencil

Prints of this piece can be purchased here.

detail of the portrait.

The original drawing framed

Cate Blanchett

This amazing actress hails from a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. She's so talented, her portrayal of Bob Dylan (in the film,  I'm not There) seems to embody Bob Dylan even more that Bob Dylan can embody Bob Dylan. Her name is Cate Blanchett, and she's one of the great thespians of our time.

Prints of this piece are available here.