Portraiture was my foundation prior to beginning my illustration career.
Drawing of the client's daughter.
The was as gift from the client to this NY Jets legend!
This piece was an anniversary gift from the client to his wife. Drawn digitally.
20x30 on Canson board
The client gifted this piece to the parents of this cutie!
This commission was a gift from the children to their parents for their 50th Anniversary.
A commissioned piece gifted from a husband to his wife
Gift from a client to a relative
A gift commission for a couples 20th Anniversary
30x40 on Canson Matte board. 2018 Regional Art Exhibition (Juried) at Kendall College of Art and Design.
Wedding gift from the client to a sibling
Digital Pencil Portrait
This was a gift from a client to his future bride!
8.5x11 on Heavy Card 2016 Regional Art Exhibition (Juried) Urban Institute of Contemporary Art
11x14, pencil on Strathmore, This piece was a gift to a special couple.
11x14, pencil on Strathmore This commission was a gift from a husband to his wife. It is of their two children.
11x14, pencil on Canson 140 lbs This piece was fun to drawn. My endeavor was to show the variance of textures from skin, to hair, to jackets and backpack straps. In addition, there is a slight indication of location in the background.
18"x24", pencil on posterboard 2015 Regional Art Exhibition (Juried) Urban Institute of Contemporary Art Jumping rope takes a certain mental and physical disposition. You must have confidence that you can do it and your body must cooperate. Regardless of your age, you have to be youthful to jump rope. Youth is not a requirement, but youthfulness is imperative. It's call the "law" of gravity for a reason. It HAS to be obeyed. To deviate from this law, even momentarily, takes youthfulness.
8"x10", pencil on cardstock This was one of my first attempts drawing my wife in profile. Learned a lot from this drawing as well.
8"x10", pencil on cardstock This was one of my first attempts at drawing my wife. The likeness was a little off, but I learned a lot in the process.
8"x10", pencil on cardstock This piece started out as an experiment with a new technique. The subject matter made me decide to complete it.
5"x7", pencil on cardstock This was a quick piece done of my nephew while on a trip to Sioux Falls, SD. It could have used some refinements, but it still turned out okay.
11"x14", pencil on Strathmore This piece was a 25th Anniversary gift.
8"x10", pencil on cardstock This is my eldest daughter at around 6 mos. Drawn in 2003.