The Scientist

The Scientist

As with most scholarly scientists, many hours are spent in the lab, standing at the drawing board, thinking, drawing, erasing. Tonight I was witness to one of Ruby’s delightful scientific drawings in the making. Click below to see the brief documentation of...
Art2 – PMOA

Art2 – PMOA

I’ve created some experimental works for the Polk Museum of Art’s Art2 (Art Squared) exhibition. The works must be in a square format – 5″x5″ – 12″x12″. I began with a trio of plywood planks, each about...
Bear + Alligator + Shark

Bear + Alligator + Shark

If you ask a kid what it is that he wants, he usually knows. I wanted to draw in Toby’s sketch book, so I asked permission. He kinda looked at me like, “Are you serious? It’s my sketch book for my drawings.” I pleaded with him and told him that...
The Old Elephant

The Old Elephant

I bought this opaque projector 20 years ago when I started painting really large scale canvases and murals. Some school was selling it and I had to have it. Who doesn’t need an opaque projector, right? I have memories of the burning paper smells from my elementary...
Self portrait with mechanical arm #27,466,901

Self portrait with mechanical arm #27,466,901

Mechanical arms have been a reoccurring theme for me for most of my life. I’ve lost count, but there are so many pages in my sketch books with mechanical arms that it might seem obsessive to those who don’t know the robot side of me. Ink and Aquarella pencil on paper...
Pharmacology Cartoon

Pharmacology Cartoon

  My buddy Rex commissioned me to draw this cartoon for his daughter Emily. She’s the smartest pharmacist that I know! This was 5”x7” Ink and colored pencil on paper. Thanks for supporting the arts...