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Art makes for a wonderful gift, but selecting the right piece can be challenging. Below I've put together a handy gift guide full of my personal recommendations for artwork that will score you big points. Any questions about media types, sizing, etc.? Get in touch, I'm happy to help!
When you consider the teeth on the juicer and the menacing shadow it casts, it’s not surprising the orange has a look of panic on it’s face.
I arranged this cauliflower so it almost looks like a flower arrangement. It seems to gracefully stretch its arms out in welcome.
This is a simple yet elegant composition of two stalks of broccoli. Tied together by the blue rubber band, they almost look like they are dancing.
Food has long been a favorite of realist painters. I’ve explored all my favorites: breakfast, donuts, chocolate, dairy, and many many fruits and vegetables. Perfect for the kitchen.
I have a sweet tooth and love donuts, so in Five Food Groups, I have taken it upon myself to revise the current nutritional guidelines.
I love to paint peppers! In Hot Rod, I showcase a pepper panoply in a low-rider truck with a blazing flame paint job.
"Blowing Kisses" is my most popular image. I enjoy the way the dark, dramatic background enhances the cool metal of the fan and the sparkly foil textures.
These fine art prints are for the birds! (Or rather, the bird lover in your life.) I have images with both realistic birds (ravens), bird-related toys (pull along ducks, metal bird toys), and even origami cranes from which to choose.
The raven’s act of contrition will be to free the caged bird - all he has to do is pull the string to set the events into motion.
As I was painting and listening to the radio, the Police song "Message in a Bottle," started to play. The idea for the title and the painting were formed in that moment. I added a raven as a courier; a bird renowned in mythology as a messenger of the Gods. .
For years, the lyrics "There must be some kind of way out of here, said the joker to the thief " have been teasing my brain, wanting to come forth in a painting.
Humor and wit are cornerstones of much of my work. Most of my works include a subtle (or not so) visual pun, which then informs the title. I always delight in watching the joke “click” in someone’s head when they view one of my fine art prints.
As soon as I heard the term "serial killer," I could see this visual pun in my
mind. Using those little boxes of cereal I created "cereal killer."
How can I be expected to diet when there are delectable donuts hanging about in my studio?
I had the idea for A Salt with a Deadly Weapon a few years ago during the Dexter TV show craze. It was great fun flinging the “killer” puns back-and-forth as I set up this scene.
Cracked features a doctor trying to get to the bottom of a medical mystery.
Ever feel like you have lost your marbles? Me too, sometimes.
The real secret to my success? COFFEE. That roasted caffeinated goodness is what gets me in the studio in the morning and keeps me focused all day.
Planes, trains, automobiles! Whatever you favorite way of getting around town is, I have a print for it. I have paintings with toys of airplanes, cars, fire trucks, motorcycles, trains, tractors, trucks, boats, submarines, and even spaceships!
Calling all wave riders! My newest print, Fun in the Sun, depicts a VW bus and trailer all ready for a few days at the shore.
Reminiscent of a vintage travelogue, this scene features a toy station wagon and trailer, loaded up for a western road trip.
Inspired by a vintage postcard, Hit the Slopes, features a toy skier ready getting ready to enjoy his ski vacay.
Anyone who had a pedal car airplane in the 1940s, 1950s, or 1960s will fondly remember riding around, dreaming about the promises of the jet age. Relive the magic of the era with one of these fine art gicleé prints.
Sky Rider is an ode to the thrilling jet age of the 1950s, when everything seemed possible. Notice the small moon (painted just above the nose of the jet) to symbolize the 1950s beginning of the space race.
This piece plays homage to our intrepid WWII hero by wrapping a Snoopy comic, a vintage toy airplane, and abstract art elements in a bit of wordplay.
nostalgic prints are collected by firefighters, farmers, lawyers,
engineers, mechanics, police officers, pilots, construction workers, and
others who like to combine a walk down memory lane with their vocation. Mission Impossible is a salute to our troops
I often use toy cars and trucks in my work. Car Wash has become one of my most loved signature paintings.
Animal toys make their way into my prints frequently. I’ve covered just about everything: bees, birds, circus animals, dogs, elephants, farm animals, horses, monkeys, and more.
Puppy Love features two charming Fisher-Price pull toys from the 1950s.The dachshund is “Wiggly,” and the Boston Terrier is called “Barky.”
I lined up all of the best farm toys in the collection and added a
cheerful farmer, E-I-E-I-O blocks, and and a vintage egg carton to round
out the scene.
In Kiss My A**, this donkey toy is doing what comes naturally: kicking! Notice the word spelled backward by the blocks - sometimes my inner schoolboy needs an outlet!
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