Desert Timber (2012) 18x24 Pen and Ink on Paper. The twists of this Bristlecone show its struggle and will to survive in the harsh high desert of Utah over the centuries.
Awaiting the Tide at Howth (2015) 30x40. Pen & Ink with Gouache Watercolors. This fishing vessel waits, resting on the harbor bottom at Howth, just outside Dublin, Ireland, for the tide to lift in free. Soon it will drop its nets and labor away in the cold Irish Sea.
Standing By (2012) 18x24. Pen & Ink. My personal gear, stacked on the apparatus floor, awaiting the moment the tones sound.
Glendalough (2014) 18x24. Pen & Ink on Paper. The ancient site of St. Kevin the Hermit's home turned monastic sight, Imposing and spiritual.
The Catcher (2018) 18x24 Ink on Paper. My favorite ballplayer, she poised, focused and ready.
The Dugout Step (2015) 16x20 Pen & Ink.
Boats of Killarney (2015) 36x18. Pen & Ink with Gouache Watercolor. Sitting quietly in the waters of Killarney National Park, Ireland.
B. americanus (2012) 16x20. Pen & Ink on Paper.
Steam (2014) 48x15. Pen and Ink on Paper.
Midnight of Route 66 (11x14) Pen and Ink on Canvas
The Epicurean (2015) Pen & Ink with Gouache Watercolors.
October Thirty-First (2015) 18x24 Pen & Ink on Paper. This illustration contains 31 different images associated with Hollween. (The list will be posted at a later date.
The Abbey at Cashel (2013) 11x14 Pen & Ink. Hoar Abbey, Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland.
The Winter Quiet (2016) 18x24. Pen & Ink with Gouache Watercolors. A blanket of snow blankets the landscape, muffling the sound of footsteps but the prints of small critters are left imprinted, belying their presence.
Ghost of the Prairie (2011) 18x24. Pen & Ink on paper.
Ancient Pine (2014) 36x65 Pen & Ink on Paper. A sappling at the time the Pyramids of Egypt were being started, this Canyon Bristlecone Pine as survived millenia high upon the slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mounts.
Giraffe in Ink (2015) 8x10 Pen and Ink on Paper
Pinckney Bottom (2008) 16x20 Pen & Ink. The very first Pen & Ink on paper created for my portfolio. This was an experiment, the beginning of the evolution of my ink work. I hope you enjoy it all.