Celebrity portraits and famous athletes are some of my favorite subjects.I also accept private commissions.
Large scale paintings of epic moments,perfect for your man cave.
The Rat Pack Tweets
When to Fold 'Em
Raise The Frog
Magazine covers and interior peices that have appeared in TIME, Sports Illustrated,Readers Digest, and MAD, just to name a few.
The Wall Street Journal - "Family Vacation"
The King Of Spades
The Best Water Parks
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
MAD Magazine cover - "Eminem"
UTNE Reader cover - "Legends Cafe"
MAD Magazine cover - "BUmbling SHmuck"
The Lottery Family
TIME for Kids cover - "Middle Schools"
NY Observer cover - "Court Wars"
BARRON'S cover - "Student Loan Debt"
The Weekly Standard cover - Dan Rather
TIME magazine - John Adams
Philadelphia Magazine - "Moving Day"
Sports Illustrated - "Retired Legends"
These are few samples of paintings created for various advertising agencies for clients such as American Express,Coca Cola,and Sprint.
Trinity Services Group - "SWAT Turtle"
Trinity Services Group - "Gambler Giraffe"
Brasfield & Gorrie - Christmas Construction
Coca Cola - "Pickup Game"
Capitalist Agency - "FAT"
Viking River Cruises
The Kentucky State Fair - "Diving Pig"
Skidoo Jet Skis
Included here are a few examples of book covers,like "Nothing But The Truthiness", a Stephen Colbert classic, and "The Ghost Wore Gray",young fiction by Bruce Coville.
I've also produced numerous picture books for children, including "Halloween", by Jerry Seinfeld,and "Tell Me A Scary Story,But Not Too Scary", by Carl Reiner, both which appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List.
"Ghosts And Hobos"
"The Ghost Wore Gray"
"What A Duck!"
"Nothing But The Truthiness"
"Winston" - Dangerous Children
Frankly My Dear, I'm Dead
The world of sports has always been a passion of mine.And I've been fortunate to combine that passion into my work for people like Major League Baseball,Golf Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and The National Football League.These are a few examples.
"Deflate-Gate" for The Washington Post
Climbing Mt. Maris
Bill "Spaceman" Lee
"Broadway" Joe Namath
Vampires In The Infield
Every finished oil painting starts with a sketch.I've always preferred pen over pencil for a drawing, though I'm not sure why.
Talk Show Circuit
Brasfield & Gorrie
Vomiton Scares Kitty
"King" Felix Hernandez
Mark "The Bird" Friedrich
"What Would Mary Ann Do?"
Wall Street Journal
Animals are the most whimsical things to draw and paint because they come in all shapes and sizes,and I'm constantly discovering new ones.