Thursday, December 8, 2011

Surf Paintings

Here are a few photos of my most recent work! In these two pieces, I tried to convey the feeling I experience before and after surfing. 

From Sand to Sea 
20" x  30"
From Sea to Sand
12" x 16"

Monday, November 21, 2011

SURFRIDER Show Sneak Peek!

I am pleased to announce that I will be displaying my work at the Defending Lake Erie show presented by Breakneck Gallery and Surfrider Foundation, Nov. 26th- Dec. 9th. The gallery will be featuring artwork produced by surfers in an effort to bring awareness to the importance of protecting and maintaining our beaches.

Here is a sneak peek at a section of one of my watercolor paintings.

The show will also be featuring a screening of the documentary Out of Place, winner of New York Surf film festival's viewers' choice award, directed by my friend and all around good guy, Scott Ditzenberger.

Please join us at the opening this Saturday, November 26th 6-10 PM! 
(1702 Madison Ave., Lakewood, OH 44107)

Sugar Pie Honey Bunch


Here is a fun card I illustrated for, that just launched this past week! Make sure to pick one up for your nearest and dearest.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Nose Walking Sasquatch

  Here is a piece I created for a Sasquatch-themed show. It's called "Secret Spot".

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Little Surfer Girl

I'm going home to Sarasota for the week! I hope to be carrying one of these and wearing one of those.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Spring/Summer cards for Target

Here are some of my favorite cards I illustrated for Target's 2011 Spring/Summer line, including Wedding, Mother's Day, Friendship, Easter, and Father's Day.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Happy Hearts Day

Here are some Valentine's cards I made for American Greetings.
*Please click to enlarge.

Friday, January 7, 2011

We miss you Corey

Corey Parker (1976-2010)

I wanted to take a moment to honor my dear friend Corey Parker, who sadly passed away December 30th, 2010. Corey was a talented artist and an amazing person. I feel incredibly lucky to have known him and to be his friend. He was always there to share a laugh or provide a friendly word of encouragement. I'll never forget the time when we went snowboarding and he convinced me to ride the chair-lift for the very first time. I was terrified, but somehow Corey had me laughing the whole ride up and managed to help me off the lift without falling. I will always remember Corey. His optimism, quick wit, and contagious smile will be dearly missed.
Wishing you peace and love.

Corey and I at Spaces Gallery.

Rooting for the Cavs.

Progress 2, Corey Parker 2010

Pug, Corey Parker

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