Monthly Archives: March 2016

Almost live! From the studio of Atlanta illustrator extraordinaire

Trevor and I have lived through illustration history in Atlanta since the late 1970s. We both experienced working as artists at CNN at it’s beginning in 1980. Yesterday we caught up and recollected the good-old days of print media. Checkout his website … Continue reading

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Just finished this one… another Tate Icon

“Kenneth”, pastel on paper, 14″x11″ Arguably the most competent man on the mountain, the gestalt of Tate Mountain. Sans lui, tout s’arrête .

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This just in! Another Tate icon

“John Martin” Pastel on paper, 14″x11″ Son of  AJC legendary columnist Harold Martin (during the Ralph McGill era), John Martin carries on his father’s gift as story teller. Few can resist John’s brilliant “news from Lake Sequoyah”  his always new, freestyle, … Continue reading

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Hot off the easel! A new pastel

“Midmorning crystal mountain” 11″x14″ pastel on paper For those who missed this, January 23, 2016 at Tate was the most remarkable snow I have witnessed  on the mountain. Each winter branch was coated with 1/4 inch of ice then with … Continue reading

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Breaking news! New illustration for book cover

I just finished this commissioned illustration (11″x17″ pastel) for Robert Skarda’s latest book: 4th in a series of historical narratives of Old Occonee. Coming soon. Above is my cover of Skarda’s last published book in the series.  

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Wine dark waters…a new pastel

“Sugar frosted, wine dark waters”, 11″x14″ pastel on paper I just  finished this, 7th in a series of snow studies for a show at Tate Mountain on April 23. Stay tuned for details!

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