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
I think most who follow my work would agree I’m more well known for my colorful work, but as these black and white photos of Atlanta illustrate, I sometimes dabble in monochromatic schemes as well! But it is, admittedly rare! It’s weird, I think … Read More