Thursday, March 24, 2016

The Masters, the premier golf event of the year.

The Masters Golf Championship is just a week away. Celebrate this golf mecca with a twosome of past Masters champions. Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. These two remarqued and artist enhanced original giclées are handsomely framed in matt and gloss black frames, perfect for an office, den or man-cave.  Now a special offer is available at Get yours today.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Introducing Hogan Snead Twosome

I've just added this framed twosome to my Shopify store to celebrate the upcoming Masters Tournament in Augusta, just a few weeks away. These two legends and past Masters champions will look great on any golf lovers wall. 
The Masters Golf Tournament Champions and golf legends Ben Hogan and Sam Snead.

Now you can celebrate two of golf's greatest players and ambassadors with this twosome. Great for any man-cave, den, office or the room of your choice. Each piece is hand embellished and retextured by the artist creating a unique and original work of art. Beautifully framed in a contemporary black multi-textured frame.
Remarque and Artist Enhanced Original Giclée (1 of 1) Framed. Image size: 14"x20" each. Frame size: 20"x26" 
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Friday, March 11, 2016


What's in progress in the studio today... Just finished "All That Jazz". Oil on canvas 36"x48" and it's going to my Artist Rep Oscar Martinez at Galleria Arte Fino at the Venetian Canal Shoppes. He's taking it along with other works of mine on a road trip to Southern California to place my art and art by other artists that he represents in galleries from San Diego to Los Angeles. 
Now finishing "Havana" a montage of Havana images. I'll post it next.  
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Sunday, July 28, 2013

July 28, 2013

It's been a long drought since I've made a blog post. A writer/artist friend of mine has encouraged me to add information, tidbits, interests of mine to the blog. With that in mind, I will be contributing stories, antidotes, tidbits, and recipes about my life as an artist, sojourner on the planet, and the journey to inner peace, creativity and love. So here goes:

I've been writing 'Morning Pages' for almost a year now. It's one of the strong recommendations from Julia Cameron's book The Artist's Way. In addition to the Morning Pages, each morning I've been investing time in a prayer of gratitude, meditation and self-hypnosis or visualization. It's been the mainstay of a personal transformation and growth that has set me on a new path of discovery, joy and peace.  In addition, I've enjoyed the most financially successful month in my thirteen years as a fine artist. Private collectors and galleries have provided many nice sales this month.  May I say, "God is Good!" I believe that ALL of this success is due to the spiritual exercises and quest that I've been on. "As a man thinketh in his heart, so shall he be" James Allen, As a Man Thinketh. That's a bit of a misnomer since a man can't 'thinketh in his heart', only in his mind but I think you get the idea. You may ask yourself, "Why is he telling me this?". This self-discovery journey into the spirit yields many rewards and I think it's worth sharing...  there may be some value for you too.

For those interested in this journey, please investigate authors Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Caroline Myss, Deepak Chorpa, Eckhart Tolle, Craig Beck, Bruce Lipton. These people's message resonates with me and have contributed immensely to my growth as an artist and 'human bean'. I'll be talking more about this with more depth in future posts.

Okay, all you artist's, if you're reading this. Keep sketching, keep painting, keep drawing, keep sculpting, keep writing, keep singing, keep composing, keep playing, keep doing. Art is a long-term process and we must be practicing this creative form every day. It is, as you know, a way of life, a way of being. Think art, be art, be the creative beast you were meant to be.

And for the lovers of art, collect art, buy art, support an artist today and let the art reach deep in you soul and give you that certain je ne sais quoi.

All the best to you. If you'd like to comment, please, I'd love to hear from you.

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