Shown here are old and historic structures that are still in use today or at least appeared to be when I created the art. Click to zoom.
2008, ink & watercolor, 11” x 17” - Sold at 2016 Art in the Park.
Located in downtown Denver, the Brown Palace Hotel has been in continuous operation since its opening in 1892.
2011, ink & watercolor, 14" x 11"
A commissioned piece for a friend featuring Regensburg Cathedral in Germany.
2010, ink & watercolor, 5" x 7" - Sold at 2016 Art in the Park.
I created this while displaying my work at a holiday arts and crafts show that took place over the span of six weekends. Most of the show was completely uneventful, so it was good to make the time productive.
2015, ink & watercolor, 5” x 5” plus mat, glass and frame, $150
ink, watercolor and Prismacolor pencils, 8" x 6"
Reference photo courtesy of Kansas Wildlife and Nature Photography. Sold at 2015 Art in the Park.
2005, Acrylic and Sand, 24" x 48"
San Felipe de Neri parish was founded in 1706 as San Francisco Xavier de Albuquerque. The church was forced by a flood to relocate from Romero Street to the north end of Albuquerque’s Old Town Plaza, where it was rebuilt in 1793 and given its present name.
Given to a longtime friend and his family in 2013.
2008, ink & watercolor, 17” x 11"
This community building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located just north of Franktown, Colorado. Meetings, dances and chili suppers are still held here. The Grange celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2008.
Sold in March 2017.
2014, ink & watercolor, 6" x 10" plus mat, glass and frame - $230
A fellow Route 66 enthusiast took the reference photo. This series of three connected bridges spans the Canadian River near Tuttle, Oklahoma.
2013, ink, 6” x 8"
This chapel is part of historic downtown Parker, Colorado and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013.
Sold in 2014.
2015, ink, 6" x 8"
A gift for my wife. My first version of Ruth Chapel sold in early 2014, and it was my wife's favorite, so I promised to create another and not sell it.
2010, ink & watercolor, 10" x 7"
A friend who lives in Germany took the reference photo of this cottage in France. She visited Colorado in 2013 and I gave her the original art.
2011, ink with ink wash, 10" x 9" plus mat, glass and frame - $325
Based on the photo "A study in street angles in the eastern part of Lisbon, Portugal" by W. Robert Moore.
2009, ink and watercolor, 11" x 5"
This church is located near Estes Park, Colorado. Sold in June 2011.
2010, ink & watercolor, 5" x 7"
Sold a week after completion. A couple at our church saw it on my website and wanted to buy it.