Silkscreen mono-print of a bike bounding

November 28th, 2010 § 0

These are a couple of illustrations that have run in the last three issues of the gazette. I have been tied up with puting out the December issue and at the same time making sure all my artwork made it to Colorado in one piece. Not to mention all the cooking. I am happy to say the show is a great success and if you are interested here is a link to a photo album on Facebook: Alpine Styles.

As for my absence here is some recent work, enjoy.


God's Dog Mountain Gazette 174

This is an illustration accompanying a short story about Christmas seen through the perspective of a female coyote. She makes her rounds to check in on all her friends before an encroaching storm.


Boy- Mountain Gazette 174 December

A hitchhiker leaves a lasting impact on his driver simply by asking if he recognizes him. I’ll be honest, as a kid I was a big fan of some of the old masters like Frazetta and this article called for some historical charm. I probably could have dug through some of my older sketchbooks for this but new work is so much more exciting.


Head Games, Mountain Gazette 173

A relationship with a mountain man has its issues.  This was a fun experiment with the materials I typically use to create a 2D painting but it turns out it came in handy when I was looking for a different effect.


Hope, Mountain Gazette 172

The premise for this illustration has to do with the freedom swallows display when they are effortlessly flying through the sky inspires and represents hope.

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