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I AM IN THE PROCESS OF RESHOOTING MOST OF MY WORK TO A HIGHER RESOLUTION, IF YOU SELECT A PIECE AND ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESOLUTION, PLEASE CONTACT ME AND I WILL MAKE ADJUSTMENTS. THANK YOU!
This should give you a slight insight as to who I am and what my art is all about, but first a big 'thank you' for dropping by.
I was born and raised in Oregon. From a young age I was always doodling (drawing), especially during class. I would draw hot rods, airplanes, girls, comic book heros and Mad magazine characters. I have always been an explorer or seeker of answers to things and ideas that fascinated me, which of course lead me right into the realms of artistic thinking. My exploring and 'WHAT IF' approach to art has had a definite roll in creating my eclectic style and still affects my work to this day.
A rather circuitous route through traveling, a war and working led me to Riverside California. There I attended jr. college and received an AA degree then transferred to San Jose State College where in I discovered the world of commercial art. In 1973 I received a BA degree in illustration and graphic design.
I have been a professional illustrator for 38 years, it became my vocation where my 'WHAT IF' art became my avocation but, because illustration has become almost nonexistent for an oldschooler like myself, the rolls are switching places.
I illustrated the first 10 or 15 Atari video game box covers and continued with other projects there. I also did Apple's first one or two instruction booklet covers. I have created many posters, book covers, magazine covers, collectable prints, editorial art and privately commissioned paintings.
In 1986 my family and I moved to Connecticut to further my career as an illustrator but, as stated before, demand for my kind of illustration was and is slowly disappearing. Now I am in the process of trying to merge the two, realism (vocation) and abstract (avocation).
As one can see, my work is an amalgam of styles and interests influenced by other artist whom I have studied. I am but one voice in the choir of art's paradigm, searching for and developing my art (identity) for the means to preform the solo performance.
That being said, the only thing I can say and say it in my eclectic 'WHAT IF' style is, on with the show......
I hope you enjoy my art, because I do.
I will be updating this with information about specific series of artworks.