Saturday, May 26, 2007


From a time when cars represented much more than transportation from point A to point B. They represented transportation from childhood to adulthood, or so we thought. Cars were the way out, of the confinement of parents and home, as well as a way in, to the freedom of the road and independence. It's still that way today, I guess. Though the cars have changed and the culture of the road has changed, the romance of riding down the two-lane with the wind in your hair is still a siren song for everyone who wonders what is just beyond the next hill.

Acrylics on Strathmore illustration board with a touch of Photoshop for effect.

Thursday, May 17, 2007


Last minute entry; an old but tasty one. I'd prefer a Corona with citrus, but nobody has asked me to paint that yet. Maybe someday, then I could do LOTS of research on the product and call it a business expense (don't tell my dear friends at the IRS that I said that...they don't have much of a sense of humor).
Acrylics on Strathmore board