Some years ago, I made a series of paintings featuring animals in scenarios that mostly took them out of their natural habitats. Living in Seattle at the time, I visited the zoo and sketched animals there, as well as domestic and common creatures found at home and in public parks, and in reference photos. Then I combined the creatures in compositions with objects found in my studio or invented places. The largest painting, "Elephant", was 48" x 60" and the smallest, "Condor Chick", was 8" x 10". The paintings proved popular and most sold from the exhibit Fountainhead Gallery mounted for me.
I recently decided to have prints made of some of the suitable image files and was pleased with the results. Working with a local printer, I am now offering a limited number of them for sale, printed with archival inks on fine art paper. I am also trying out having a store right here on my website, something else new to me. It is still a work in progress. I welcome you to take a look, try it out and let me know what you think!
Here I will keep you up to date on my exhibits and other artistic endeavors.