Earlier Still Lifes

Pre-Kingdom Still Lifes

The ol' Slip n' Slide

20"x16" Oil on Panel, Available from the Artist

Awards:

  • 2nd Place - Diamond National Art Competition: 10th Annual, Hot Springs Fine Art Center, Hot Springs, AR, 2013-14
  • Artist of Northwest Arkansas’ 22nd ANNUAL REGIONAL ART EXHIBITION, The Art Emporium, Fayetteville, AR, 2016

My Walkin' Shoes Don't Fit Me Anymore

20"x16" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Awards:

  • Featured in The Artist's Magazine's article "The Kingdom of The Origami Dragon Guy" November 2014 issue.
  • Artist of Northwest Arkansas’ 22nd ANNUAL REGIONAL ART EXHIBITION, The Art Emporium, Fayetteville, AR, 2016
  • Permanent Collection: Colleges of Health Education: College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fort Smith, AR, 2017

Explosives

16"x16" Oil on Panel

Available from the Artist

Awards:

  • 3rd Place - the Beaufort County Arts Council's 45th Juried Fine Art Show, 2009
  • Merit Award - Louisiana Art & Artists' Guild 42nd River Road Show, 2011
  • Finalist - The Artist's Magazine 29th Annual Art Competition 2012
  • AMERICAN STILL LIFES: National Museum Exhibition, R.W. Norton Museum, 2014

Black & White in Vanilla

16"x20" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Awards:

  • Exhibition in the Arkansas Governor's Mansion, 2014
  • Featured on The Artist's Network Newsletter, 2013

T-Rex & Smoking Loon

16"x20" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Awards:

  • Artist of Northwest Arkansas’ 20th ANNUAL REGIONAL ART EXHIBITION, Art Center of the Ozarks, Springdale, AR, 2014

Cutting Tools

12"x24" Oil on Panel

Available from the Artist

Emancipation

16"x20" Oil on Panel, SOLD

The Chopping Block

20"x16" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Awards:

  • First Place, & Best of Show - the Beaufort County Arts Council's 44th Juried Fine Art Show, 2008
  • Southern Appalachian Artist Guild National Juried Show, 2011
  • Finalist - The Artist's Magazine 27th Annual Art Competition (including Competition Spotlight, July/August issue 2011)
  • Finalist - Diamond National Art Competition: 10th Annual, Hot Springs Fine Art Center, Hot Springs, AR, 2013-14
  • AMERICAN STILL LIFES: National Museum Exhibition, R.W. Norton Museum, 2014

The Wash Tub

16"x20" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Awards:

  • Best of Show - the Beaufort County Arts Council's 43rd Juried Fine Art Show, 2007
  • Southern Appalachian Artist Guild National Juried Show, 2011
  • Finalist - The Artist's Magazine 28th Annual Art Competition, 2011
  • AMERICAN STILL LIFES: National Museum Exhibition, R.W. Norton Museum, 2014

Red, White, & Bluebill

16"x16" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Baseball & Horseshoes

16"x20" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Awards:

  • Finalist - Diamond National Art Competition: 10th Annual, Hot Springs Fine Art Center, Hot Springs, AR, 2013-14
  • Permanent Collection: Colleges of Health Education: College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fort Smith, AR, 2017

Cobalt & Bricks

20"x16" Oil on Panel, SOLD

Awards:

  • AMERICAN STILL LIFES: National Museum Exhibition, R.W. Norton Museum, 2014

Early Work

Hale Hall Studio Still Life

18"x24" Oil on Canvas, collection of the artist

An early still life produced during my final year as an undergraduate student at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston , LA.

Dated 1988, when I was 23 years old.

Blue Still Life

18"x24" Oil on Panel, collection of the artist

An early still life produced during my first year as an undergraduate student at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA.

Dated 1984, when I was 19 years old.

Teapot & Cup

12"x16" Oil on Canvas, collection of the artist

My first Oil Painting - which just happened to be a Still Life - set up and executed in the private teaching studio of Anne Goss Nelson of Bastrop, LA.

This was painted in 1978 or possibly 79, when I would have been 13 or 14 years old.

Bottle & Apples

18"x12" Pastel on Paper, collection of the artist

My first Pastel Painting - which just happened to be a Still Life - set up and executed in the private teaching studio of Anne Goss Nelson of Bastrop, LA.

This was painted in 1978 or possibly 79, when I would have been 13 or 14 years old. Note the darker paper color at the edges, which shows the degree of fading over the years.

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