I have worked with just about every subject imaginable from buffalos to ballerinas and cowboys to cobras. My work appears in private collections around the United States as well as in South America, Australia, New Zealand and several European countries.
I teach drawing classes and conduct workshops and seminars. I am also working on a book...THE ART OF PENCIL.
My prints are produced one at a time on a variety of surfaces so that I have complete control of the quality.
Many have said that I ought to specialize in wildlife, Native American, western,..whatever. There's one reason why I never have. I GET BORED. I also concluded several years ago that one of the best ways to make myself a better artist is to do something different in each drawing...even if it's only part of the drawing. For example, when I started the buffalo, I had never done thick hair like that on the buffalo's shoulders. And that's what I encourage my students to do. Don't be afraid of anything. It may not come out right to begin with, but if you stick with it you will get there. And In the end you will be a better artist