This is the latest entry to my Snowman Series. It was named by my granddaughter Elia as, “Winter Bear”.
This piece was prompted by a challenge by River Ridge Association of Fine Arts (RRAFA).
The challenge consisted of making an drawing or painting that showed several items lined up in a row.
For inspiration, I based this vector drawing on a recent trip my wife and I made to New Hampshire to visit our daughter and her growing family. During the visit, we went for an outing to a local pumpkin patch where we saw quite an assortment of pumpkins.
This my latest effort in painting Boris Karloff as Frankenstein’s Monster from the 1931 film. s one is different from the rest in that I used the Procreate app to paint the portrait (all the previous ones were painted with Adobe apps).
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (15 Sept. – 15 Oct. ) I’ve added a photo gallery of my artwork pieces that reflect Hispanic Heritage.
These are some of the portraits I’ve painted of prominent figures of African-American heritage for Black History Month.
My painting of Emmett Kelly won First Place at the Spokane VA Creative Arts Festival this year! I just found out yesterday that it won third place at the National Competition!
These prints are from my continuing Snowman series. Merry Christmas!
This is my latest digital portrait, Charles Dickens. Painted with Adobe Fresco on an iPad Pro.
Charles Dickens was a 19th Century Author. He penned A Christmas Carol and many other Victorian era novels, such as A Tale of Two Cities, David Copperfield, Oliver Twist, etc.
These are a series of portraits of famous monsters (and some not-so-famous) that I’ve painted for Halloween over the the past few years. Enjoy!
I had the privilege of doing a digital art demo to some of the members of River Ridge Association of Fine Arts in Spokane, Washington. Working on this piece was part of the demo.