Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Winter Forest

I did this painting the other day, I was just playing around not really sure what it was going to end up as.  I'm calling it Winter Forest, it's 18x24.  And the colors match our bedroom, lol. 

Scarecrow Heads

Scarecrow heads for my in-laws, they look awesome when attached to the bodies.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Ray's Electric

Logo and business card for Ray's Electric.  I'm also working on logos and business cards for the restaurant gift shop where I've been working this summer.  Now that the summer rush is winding down, I plan on getting some more paintings done too.  

Moda Salon Ad

An Ad I did for Moda Salon in Connecticut.  If you're in the area stop on by!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Satyr 3

Finally finished the 3rd Satyr painting.  It is 18x24 acrylic on canvas, it took a while to finish, but I think it came out ok.  I still want to do more Satyrs, but Tim wants me to do a Medusa, so I think I'll take a break from the black and white and do something with more color next.   

Book Cover

A friend of mine runs the Northland Journal magazine, which is a local history newsletter that covers the Northeast Kingdom here in Vermont.  He is currently writing a book that will explore the history of Jay Peak the ski mountain.  He asked me to help with the book cover, and here is the first draft that we have so far.  The first was done as a landscape, but I think the book will end up in portrait form.  The idea was to show a melding of the old and new, he has a lot of great old pictures from the early days when the mountain was first being built.  

Monday, June 20, 2011

Butterworks Farm Unfi Ad

I just did some ads for Butterworks Farm, for UNFI, which is a catalog that sells natural food products to stores.   I did two ads, one with the yogurt and cream that is a staple of Butterworks, and a second that shows their new Kefir products.  The second one will be printed black and white, but here is the color version too.  Check out Butterworks Farm on facebook, they have some cute pics of their cows.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Satyr 2

The second Satyr, 16X24 acrylic on canvas.  This time I think I did much better job with the shading and trying to get the muscles on the back correct.  On the next one I want to do more of a portrait so I can practice faces.


Thursday, April 28, 2011

Horned Owl Shirts

I plan to be doing a whole bunch of new shirts soon, and here is the first, a horned owl.  My store on Skreened can be found HERE.   And the great thing about this site is you can put the designs on a variety of t-shirts, hoodies, long sleeve shirts, and choose from different colors as well!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Satyr

The Satyr, 16x24 acrylic on canvas.  I plan to do a series of them.

Doctor Day 2011

Today March 30th, is National Doctor's Day, and I did a series of ads for our hospital, and a direct mail campaign.  The mailer piece was sent out asking for donations to be made in the name of a doctor of your choice.  This is the cover and the inside cover.


And here are the ads, they ran black and white in the papers except for the last one, but I like the color better.   Each ad represents a department of doctors, and there are descriptions for each one.

Butterworks Farm

I recently did a logo design for Butterworks Farm, a local dairy farm in the area.  This design will be on their 5lb grain bags.  

The granary building was a fairly new construction and they wanted it shown in a drawn by pen and ink style.  The farm is really beautiful and very Vermontish, here are some pictures of it. 

Saturday, March 12, 2011

East Hill Maple

Logo for East Hill Maple, I never really know much about sugaring before, it is quite an impressive operation.  We just tapped a few trees around the neighborhood today, amazing that you can make something so tasty out of tree insides! 

Sunday, February 6, 2011

The Getaway

"The Getaway"  8x10 acrylic on canvas

Sunday, January 16, 2011

St. Francis - 2

Here is my latest painting, another St. Francis done by request.  It is 16"x20" acrylic on canvas.  

 And here is the first St. Francis that I did this past fall, 8"x10" acrylic on canvas.