My mentor was Richard Brough. Mr. Brough was my graphics teacher at University of Alabama in 1979 but more important he made a deal with me. I was so bad at drawing a straight line that I had a D in graphics. He made me promise to pursue fine art and never take graphics again. In return he would give me a C in graphics. He was a great fine artist. I began my career 25 years ago selling to art galleries in New York City. Every city street scene I did seemed to sell quickly. My style is a is Rockwell meets Neiman. My work ranges from $20 paper to $70-$475 canvas prints. Originals sell for $1 500 to $10 000. For the past seven years I have developed a reputation as a sports artist; however many times the sports are integrated with major sports cities. Chicago is one of my favorite towns to paint the city it’s sports and it’s people! I currently have works in the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame The College Football Hall of Fame as well as several other prominent museums.
Gold Coast Art Fair at Grant Park: TBA
Millennium Art Festival: TBA
Barrington Art Festival: TBA
Buffalo Grove Art Festival: TBA
The Art Center’s Festival of Fine Arts: TBA
Southport Art Festival: TBA