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  • 2021 May Group Show at Jones Gallery

    Jones Gallery is in a 100 year old historically registered warehouse building, having 9000 square feet of display space. It is located in the Kansas City, Missouri Crossroads Arts District, a nationally recognized area of new and restored buildings housing art galleries, studios, theater, live music, and acclaimed restaurants. The gallery has been open 10 […]

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  • Sky’s the Limit

    Las Luguna Gallery, located in Laguna Beach, CA is a contemporary and fine art gallery that features art from a diverse group of artists, representing a wide variety of mediums. The gallery is dedicated to the exploration and engagement of the arts regionally, nationally and internationally through their unique collaborations between artists, students and the […]

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  • Everything You Love

    “A life without love, is no life at all.” – Leonardo DaVinci. In February the Kansas City Stockyards Gallery located in the beautiful historic Livestock Exchange Building of KC, MO celebrates love and all that it encompasses. As their “Everything You Love” exhibit prospectus explains, whether it’s chocolate cake, a favorite hiking spot, or your […]

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  • Still Life with Bird

    For a while now I have been wanting to do a still life. I decided to do my drawing “Still Life with Bird” in the Cubist style inspired by my hero Pablo Picasso as well as fellow painter Georges Braque. For the past four years I have created all my drawings (all the ones on […]

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  • 2021 February Group Show at Jones Gallery

    Jones Gallery is in a 100 year old historically registered warehouse building, having 9000 square feet of display space. It is located in the Kansas City, Missouri Crossroads Arts District, a nationally recognized area of new and restored buildings housing art galleries, studios, theater, live music, and acclaimed restaurants. The gallery has been open 10 […]

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  • View My Art on Behance

    Behance is one of the most celebrated creative sites on the web. Owned by Adobe, it highlights many of the world’s top creatives including illustrators, graphic designers, art directors, interior designers, architects, photographers and fine artists (like me). I recently added my work to the site and it’s been exciting to see the results. I […]

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  • “Relationships” Exhibit

    “sow/grow/reap” was chosen for inclusion in Webster Arts’ “Relationships” national exhibition. The exhibit will be virtual and the selected works will be available on their website, https://www.webster-arts.org/relationships beginning November 17, 2020, and running through December 31, 2020. There were 586 submissions; 64 works were selected. This is the second time that “sow/grow/reap/” has been accepted […]

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  • Explaining “Tribulation”

    Most of us have experienced some form of acute anxiety and/or depression in our life. The figure in the drawing “Tribulation” is wearing prison garb and is pushed to the ground due to what we may perceive to be the circumstances leading to his fear and desperation. One hand is set in a fist representing […]

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  • Core New Art Space

    My drawing “Lady in the Shallows” has been accepted into Core New Art Space’s national invitational exhibit titled “Aqua” running from Sept 11 through Sept 27, 2020 in Lakewood, CO. As stated in the exhibit’s prospectus: “While there is that gorgeous greenish-blue color that can range from vibrant to serene and all shades in between, […]

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  • Soloman’s Rose Explained

    In the Bible, the Rose of Sharon symbolizes beauty, and it is used in the book of Song of Solomon to describe the beauty of King Solomon’s lover. In Christian tradition, the petals of the rose symbolize Christ’s wounds from the crucifixion. The color of the rose also holds symbolic meaning. Typically, a white rose […]

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