From the first composition to the final details. I strive to create interesting and detailed artworks. Going a step further to accomplish vivid works that inspire and set the mood!
Everything from Pet portraits, people portraits, landscapes and stills always painted professionally with top grade materials!
Together we will put our ideas together to create an awesome painting for you to enjoy forever.
Detail of roof and the leaves in the trees painted with acrylics in thin layers of cool colors. Giving depth, contrast and brightness all at the same time.
This Siamese cat laying in the sun on her porch in Santa Maria California. I started with a blue background, added layers of browns and lastly, white details.
Painting cat eyes this small is really hard but fun to do. All together there are 8 cats
Thank you to the commissioner for sending me this picture of this painting! Its so nice to see it framed and hanging on the wall!!
This was a commissioned painting of my friend's past and present kitties along with their favorite cat toys.
The background is of an early 1900's hotel lobby with Saloon, copper spittoon and pots, whisky barrel, hotel signs, hotel rooms, stained glass cat window, hay bales with wood accents.
This painting also includes Sheet Metal signs and tools in Loving Memory of Shawn Zdun.
Below you can see start-to-finish of this Kitty Hotel!
Check out this short video I made showiung the process from start to finish!!
This is where I am so far with the CAT HOTEL! This is a of an early 1900's Hotel Lobby.
Here is a detailed image showing me painting the foliage above the swinging doors.
Here is a close up of the wall sconces. I made them bronze on a rustic wood backing.
Above is a close-up of the chandelier! I love painting lighting. Shiny glass and metal with soft glow of light is very fun to draw and paint.
Painting fabrics like rugs and runners is also fun to paint. This picture shows the detail of the fabric.
Here are four distinctive textures all painted close to each other. The metal Spittoon, wood column and table, dried hay on the floor and the fabric of the rug.
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