With the pandemic and its cascades of change, I opted to let go of my photography portfolio with the intention of curating my best photos for an eventual online exhibit.

Below are a few select artworks. It's minimal and incomprehensive on purpose (social media is current):

oil on canvas, 18" x 24", 2024, commission
(not painted from photograph--the environment and her shown collar were reconstructed using multiple source images from Stella's journeys with her owner)

San Marcos - Cheatham St bridge mural

San Marcos Cheatham St bridge mural

San Marcos Cheatham St bridge mural
nonverbal litter prevention themed murals over the San Marcos River
each pedestrian wall is 133ft long x 28in tall x 7" deep; total 780sqft 
designed + painted in collaboration with Topher Sipes
commissioned by the City of San Marcos, Texas in 2021

10" x 8" plein air acrylic landscape on unstretched canvas
painted in Austin, Texas overlooking Barton Creek Greenbelt facing southwest
on the very overcast day of Monday, May 11th, 2020, after a long hike on a cool,
early summer day alongside a fellow artist and friend.
Don’t worry, we practiced social distancing.
Immersion in Nature is one of my favorite all natural medicines.

Iboga painting
Iboga in 2020
acrylic on canvas, 48" x 36", 2020, commission

the conference of the birds painting
The Conference of the Birds
acrylic on canvas, 16" x 20", 2018, sold

wednesday addams portrait
Halloween study of Christina Ricci as Wednesday Adams
oil on canvas, 16" x 20", 2017, burned at the stake

pet portrait comission
oil on canvas, 24" x 18", 2016, commission

Seed Transmission
acrylic on canvas, 30"x40", 2015, private collection

art for charity art for charity
Painting for ArtCon10 (Dallas, TX)
before and after, 14" x 14", oil and mixed media on board auctioned for charity, 2014