These two coffee artworks were created with a mix of markers and watercolor paints. Though I was mostly going for the black and white look, I couldn’t help but to add in bright pops of color to each! AEROPRESS COFFEE ART ABSTRACT COFFEE CIRCLES ART For more coffee art, click here.
Original Brooklyn Bridge Drawing This is an original framed illustration of the Brooklyn Bridge in black ink! The drawing itself measures 9.5″ wide by 9″ in height and is on archival heavyweight white drawing paper. It comes in your choice of an aluminum or wood frame (various color options) and is triple-matted, with anti-reflective glass.Continue reading “Framed Brooklyn Bridge Ink Art”
Painting of a Stegosaurus Driving a Red Sports Car Taking artistic inspiration from my 4 year old son, I painted a stegosaurus driving a car a few days ago, for him to hang up in his and his brother’s bedroom: While my son originally had thought of a T-Rex driving a car, I asked himContinue reading “Kids Dinosaur Art”
A Pencil Drawing of the Brooklyn Bridge TITLE: The Hudson From Brooklyn on a Foggy Day This drawing, created with pencil and a small bit of charcoal, is from a foggy winter day looking out at the Hudson River and Manhattan, from underneath the Brooklyn Bridge.
Working from home has many benefits, including a super-short commute, access to your own fridge and pantry, and being able to work in whatever clothes you want to wear! The feel of your home office is a key component in keeping positive energy flowing for your business or employer. Even though it’s at home, youContinue reading “5 Questions to Ask Yourself for Creating a Good-Lookin’ Home Office”
Artistic Skyscapes One of my favorite artistic subjects is the sky. When I focus my attention towards the sky, I find that it’s always revealing beautiful shapes, colors and contrasts. On top of that, it’s always changing! The other day I was taking an evening walk and saw a nice set of pink clouds inContinue reading “The Sky – An Artistic Perfection”
Macchu Picchu Original Watercolor and Prints This Macchu Picchu watercolor was painted in an impressionistic style on watercolor paper and is framed with USA poplar wood that I hand-stained with an all-natural ebony stain. Prints of this artwork are also available, on both archival matte paper and on a sustainable wood panel:
Inspired by the United States Botanic Garden This past weekend, as my Father’s Day gift, I took a half-day to myself and headed out to the U.S. Botanic Garden and National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. For parents with little kids, there is nothing like having time to yourself! The U.S. Botanic Garden isContinue reading “Flowers in a Pot Watercolor Painting”
A Flower Watercolor for Dancers With the spring season in full force, I’ve been enjoying making new paintings of flowers lately. So when my wife asked me to paint something to be raffled for an event with members of the local American Dance Therapy Association chapter, I thought I’d paint a flower that is dancing.Continue reading “A Dancing Flower Painting”
Manzanillo Beach Art Print Manzanillo is located on the southern tip of the Limón province on the Caribbean side of Costa Rica, near Panama. In this painting, a palm tree is hanging out in the warm late-morning breeze, next to the Caribbean water gently rolling up to the shore. Red flowers are in bloom onContinue reading “Costa Rica Art Prints”