The World is too beautiful not to paint.

Nothing pithy or interesting about me, so I’ll just let the art speak for me. If you twist my arm, I’m not a professional artist. I started in 2014 with spray-paint on drywall, as I was inspired by graffiti. Next, I drifted towards acrylic on canvas. I’ve done experimental sculpture art too, and now I’m primarily a digital artist. Who knows what the future holds?

Latest Posts are below, more in the footer. The menu doesn’t have my latest work so it’s better to just go by the posts.

  • Galadriel

    My take on the Tolkien character. She didn’t match the portrait in my minds eye, but whatevs.

  • Dryads

    A doodle to keep the art skills on life support while I find out why the creativity well has dried up. I guess this is inspired by Pride month, but I don’t want to be pretentious.

  • Marie Vodou

    She is back, rejected from Ginen, the abode of spirits, and seeking the return of her Govi, which, in Vodou, is a a ceremonial object used in the ritual reclaiming of the immortal aspect of a human spirit (gwobonanj) after death. She has been wronged, neglected by the living, for it is one year and two days since her death. She now walks the earth, a zombi, seeking her lost Govi… and answers from her living relatives.

  • Firestarter

    I don’t have a title, so how about an action? Here is a doodle, in one, she has not yet turned on her telekinetic abilities. while in the second? Well, you get it. Although this narrative seems to be in reference to the movie, it has nothing to do with them or the books, or anything else. I doodled and at one point liked the flameless one when I had to turn it off to get to the underlying person.

  • Netflix and Chill

    Putting a horrific spin on the term. She’s alone at home, a Romerothon is streaming on TV, but little does she know that the zombie apocalypse has begun and she left her door unlocked.

Would you like to own a copy of one of these digital works? I’ve been slowly listing them as Non Fungible Tokens (NFT) on Open Sea. Basically, you get a copy (usually 1 of 10) digitally signed by me. I’m not in it for the money, of course, so if you can’t afford a copy, you can always download it here, it just won’t be digitally signed. I do ask that if you can, please share my work to as wide an audience as possible. I value that more than money. I don’t plan on making a ton of money, just enough to maybe not have my day job support my art. The link to Open sea is here:

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