From photo, acrylic and pastels, I’ve moved to digital images and digital brushes to express my artistic perspective.
Much of my art is imaginative, colorful and often printed on heavy, textured paper or translucent Japanese kozo. New works are varnished, layered with hot resin and beeswax (encaustic), and mounted on cradled panels.
Most of my work focuses on Texas, Wimberley and the Hill Country, and in a number of pieces, I try to include a little mystery, and sometimes, humor.
After winning the third grade art contest, my attention was diverted.
40 years as an editor in Corpus Christi, Dallas, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami and Washington, D.C.
Army tour in Germany and Vietnam.
A journalism degree and grad school with a few art classes along the way.
Worked for James Michener on his book, "Kent State" after the shootings at my school.
I retired as a publisher and picked up where I left off, creating art.