Sometimes the subjects of my new art are my own imagination but others like this Angel Oak wall art are the result of suggestions from customers and people who follow my work on social media. I won’t always promise that I’ll deliver right away … Read More
Let me guess, you’ve found something you want on Fine Art America, and you are cleverly decided to do a little bit of Google searching for a discount code for 2018? Then you’re in luck! Now you need to know a few things first. … Read More
There’s no question this new fall artwork was meant to be cheerful and uplifting. I think most of the time my artwork leans in this direction anyway. I suspect anyone who has followed me for awhile is used to bright colors more so than … Read More
It’s funny that one of the most perennially visited articles on my site is my now five year old artist websites review. And periodically I get questions from other artists who have read that several year old article and want to know what my … Read More
I love my “Toomers Drugstore” and “Auburn Supper Club” prints from Mark. He does an amazing job and every painting has detail and awesome colors. His Auburn prints are a must have for fans that love Auburn as much as I do!
Were any of you out there expecting an XP-Pen Artist 22E review? Probably not! Especially since I posted earlier this year that I had gotten an XP-Pen Artist 16. So, it only seems fair to explain how I went from talking about a completely … Read More
Lately I frequently get art-suggestions like a recent one for the old Point Loma Lighthouse in San Diego. Should I say she had me at lighthouse? There’s just something fascinating to me about old lighthouses, that’s why I have quite a few lighthouse prints … Read More
The challenge of creating local Atlanta art is what really kick-started my drive to be an artist. For those who don’t know, I started out mainly interested in capturing far away places on trips overseas. I loved to travel and still do, but generally … Read More