EMBRY-RIDDLE 90th Aniv. Mural
EMBRY RIDDLE 90th ANIVERSARY MURAL I LOVE MY JOB! Especially working on this mural. It’s at the flight school by the Prescott Airport. First, of course, I “had”to go flying to take the references I needed to get the correct angles and features and people requested. But the first time out, I was in the…Read More
Prescott Heroes mural
PRESCOTT HEROES MURAL We had a horrible tragedy in my hometown of Prescott, AZ. On June 30, 2013, 19 of our “Hotshot” firefighters perished in a fire down the hill from Prescott in Yarnell. Seems everyone knew at least one of the young men who died that day. It was awful. You just feel so…Read More
GUITAR ART Recently, I learned how to use automotive paint. I painted my scooter. I made a few technical mistakes on it, but nobody knows what they are except me and someone looking at it super-close. Here’s my scooter all pretty blue now instead of ugly grey. So I got to thinking…some of the details…Read More
CHALKING UP AZ!
CHALKING UP AZ! I’m putting these events in chronological order, the most recent ones first. Good friend Jen, after doing chalk art here in Prescott with me, decided to organize a festival in Cochise County where she lives. She teaches art normally, but her small school where she taught closed. Jen, not being one to…Read More
GASSERS’ GARAGE This mural I just finished (2011) is on the side of a barn here in Prescott. It was inspired by this giant sign the client had gotten from her recently deceased brothers’ estate. His last name was Gasser, and he had it made to hang in this huge garage he had for all…Read More
ANDERSON’S DIORAMA So for a few years now, I’ve been doing landscape murals for Wildlife Images in Scottsdale that were painted in after some company or guy or whoever fabricated these really cool fiberglass rocks. They look super real, so strong you can dance on them yet light enough to pick up a huge boulder…Read More
Indian Motorcycle mural AND LOTS MORE!
James Dean ’53 Indian Chief MOTORCYCLE MURAL (and LOTS more!) So the first 3 days of this mural were spent sketching! LOTS AND LOTS OF LITTLE DETAILS that must be exact! It’s an Indian Chief 1953 with James Dean sitting on it. Now since JD’s Indian was a 500 and not a Chief,…Read More