Art has always been an integral part of my life. Early on, I associated drawing and painting with purely mechanical things, designing my own cars and planes and engines. With time, however, my growing appreciation for Classical and Renaissance art expanded the subject matter to the human figure, landscapes, and beyond.

Fifteen years of drawing hands. From left to right: aged 14, 18, 28, and 29.

Although I am self-taught, my study of ancient (especially Classical Greek and Hellenistic) and Renaissance art has helped form the bases for the various styles I employ. And while in the past, I have worked in oil, acrylic, and watercolor, as well as in clay and alabaster, these days, time constraints mean most of my work comprises graphite and pen sketches. In the near future, I plan to establish a personal studio so that I can return to sculpting and painting in the large.

Click on the links below to see samples of some of my work; in time the galleries will grow as I can populate them with scans. For obvious reasons, all images are low resolution and watermarked.

If you have any requests, questions, or commissions, please feel free to contact me. I also enjoy taking photographs, and some of those can be viewed via the Google+ and Flickr buttons on the bottom left of the page.


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