The Archives showcases mediums and themes that I have stopped creating or create very infrequently.
Steampunk is best described as Victorian science fiction. It has an amazing aesthetic, one that I love to this day. However, creating steampunk art is no small endeavor. It requires a great deal of space both to store the materials and for the actual creation. I’ve decided to retire the theme since doing it justice is a very difficult in my little studio.
This collection was inspired by my short stint in the computer industry and a love for minimal, but abstract, metal work.
While Photoshop remains a very important tool for me, I haven’t created any new pieces in a long time. This archive has many of my older pieces, several of which are available for purchase through my Zazzle store (not only as prints but on a wide assortment of products).
I dabble in photography from time to time primarily because I own a DSLR. Many of the photos in the archive were taken during my Digital Photography class when I was in art school. Several pieces are available for purchase through my Zazzle store not only as prints but on a wide assortment of products.
These very large sculptures were made primarily of recycled cardboard. The first was created as an assignment for a sculpture class. I had intended to do a series of 5 free-standing dragons but never finished the fifth due to space issues. I’m happy to say all the dragons were purchased.
This theme started out as a small series of pieces for a single show. It grew over the years but it has finally run its course. You’ll find skulls large, small, and tiny in this gallery of past works.