Originally when I created my Mt. Whitney images, I did a Google search for the elevation. The source I found had it listed at 14,497 or 4418 meters. Apparently it was incorrect. That might have been the original assessment when it was measured in the 1800s.
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I’m happy to announce that eleven of my previous images are now available as giclée prints. Six are from the popular WPA-style National Parks series. They are all printed on sturdy archival quality Hewlett Packard paper. These images are intended to be framed and will add color and elegance to any setting, and they […]
Raise a glass to the brews from California’s Central Coast. This image was created as signed limited edition print for the Just Looking Gallery in San Luis Obispo, California. It is available in three different sizes: 12″ x 18″ on paper, 24″ x 36″, and 40″ x 60″ both on canvas. Click the link to […]
Naturally Elegant is the companion piece I created to pair with Simply Sophisticated. It celebrates the magnificent white wines from California’s Central Coast. This image is of a red glove holding a glass of white wine,
“Simply Sophisticated” is a new image I created for the Just Looking Gallery in San Luis Obispo, California. Everyone is familiar with the Napa Valley and their world class wines. California’s Central Coast is an up and coming wine country with wines that rival those from Napa and Sonoma counties.
After numerous requests, I finally had “See the Alps, Switzerland” printed as a poster. This isn’t a cheap offset print, but rather a high quality giclée print using archival quality inks. The scene depicts a Swiss flag in the breeze above the Aletsch Glacier at the Jungfrau
This is my second piece in the exploration of classic neon signs. Imagine a liquor store that opened up in a 1950s strip mall in a Southern California suburb. The neon letters gradually spell L-I-Q-O-U-R one letter at a time. The sign then blinks three times before going blank and starting the sequence over again.
A friend of mine, videographer Ezra Lunel, recently notified me that my Habanas Quality Cigars poster was used in Sidney Lumet’s film “Before the Devil Knows You are Dead.” It was used in the scene where Phillip Seymor Hoffman
Post World War II roadside Americana is a subject that has always caught my attention. Having grown up in Southern California in the 1970s, these signs, many of them neon, were are fixture on the landscape.
Aside from creating illustrations, I enjoy photography. With the ease of digital photography it is easy to amass a huge number of shots during a vacation or outing. Let’s say that you have a folder of vacation photos that you’d like to send as an email attachment or that you’d like to share with others. […]