I joined my current church when I was in the 6th grade. It was about the same time that Roy Quill became the Pastor. I grew up with him as my mentor. Back then the youth group was called the “Luther League” and Pastor Quill was very active in its leadership. The times at summer […]
This drawing was inspired by Hal Foster’s Prince Valiant (King Features). Each panel in Foster’s strip was a meticulous and beautiful work of art. www.bpib.com/illustra2/foster.htm www.kingfeatures.com/features/comics/pvaliant/about.htm Felt tip marker on poster board, 28″ X 22″
When my son was much younger he’d pull up to my chair and ask me to draw something. What would you like me to draw? It was almost always, “two monsters fighting.” Then he would intently watch as my imagination would try to conjure something worthy of his curiosity. Over time we came up with […]
Few things can bring joy better than a big ol’ smile on a baby’s face. Pencil on gray paper, 9″ X 9″
My Dad was a funny guy, full of wit and always ready with a corny “granddaddy joke” that you couldn’t resist laughing at even though you tried not to. His sense of humor was unending. My Mom, who had a more sly, sneaky sense of humor, somehow gleefully put up with this guy for over […]
My father was an avid University of Texas fan. He always professed that his blood type, O+, stood for “Orange Plus.” Color pencil on color paper, 10″ X 16″.
Ink markers on poster board, 22″ X 18″
Pencil on clay-coated paper. 8″ X 10″
A wedding can be filled with anxiety and stress, but it is much more so a day of joy, happiness and excitement as the couple eagerly look forward to the rest of their lives. Pencil on gray paper, 9″ X 8″.
Some art states the obvious. Some art gives viewers a chance to exercise their imaginations and take diversions of fantasy. Is this simply a young girl playing in the water or is there a story in the steam? Color pencil on paper 10″ x 14″.