Sunday, July 3, 2022

Donkey

 


After my daughter studied in Athens for a semester, she mentioned seeing donkeys everywhere, almost like they were the spirit animals of Greece. I never forgot this observation, and did a little drawing to honor these beautiful creatures.




Maine Moose

 


As a child, the first peak I ever climbed was Mt Katahdin, in Baxter State Park, Maine. Here’s a tribute to this beautiful place, which inspired a life-long love of hiking. It goes without saying that the moose is a spectacular animal to represent Maine.

Signed prints of this portrait are available here, in my Etsy shop.


  



Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Aldous Harding

 


This singer-songwriter from New Zealand makes the most enchanting music. I drew this portrait solely while listening to her new album, Warm Chris. Her lyrics are so cryptically beautiful, you're compelled to keep listening in order to decipher them.

Thursday, March 24, 2022

Extraterrestrial


This undocumented visitor was recently spotted in New Mexico. This sketch is based on several eyewitness descriptions. The truth is still out there!


Signed prints of this piece are available HERE, in my Etsy Shop.

Māori Woman


No doubt, the number one priority on my bucket list is to visit New Zealand one day. In tribute to the indigenous people of this beautiful island, here's a portrait of a Māori woman. 


Signed prints of this piece are available HERE, in my Etsy shop.

Rocky Mountain Big Horned Sheep


Metaphorically speaking, I was digging in Colorado, and unearthed this Rocky Mountain Big Horned Sheep. No doubt, these majestic creatures are tough enough to survive in the most rugged of conditions. They're a perfect symbol for this iconic mountain range. This is part of a series called World Tour - in which I use pages from an old atlas as canvases - painting images relating to the place on each map.

Signed prints of this piece are available HERE, in my Etsy shop.


The Emperor of Antarctica

 


While drawing these Emperor Penguins, I read that temperatures in Antarctica are 70 degrees above normal (no typo). What does this portend for life on that continent?

Signed prints of this piece are available HERE, in my Etsy shop.

10% of profit from each print will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund