Drywall Lift Demonstration. Oil, 18in x 34in, 2014.DETAIL PHOTOS
Still Life with Lisa Vanderpump, a Popcorn Maker, a Miniature Horse, and Ceramic Mushrooms. 13in x 19in, Oil on Panel, 2013.DETAIL PHOTOS
Preparation for a Demonstration of a Pickaxe. Oil on Panel, 13in x 19in, 2013DETAIL PHOTOS
Big Goose. Oil on Panel, 13in x 19in, 2013.
Big Goose is an enormous, terrifying, winged, goose-like creature that some people believe inhabits forests in and around the Pacific Northwest. To learn more about The Legend of Big Goose, please visit biggoose.org
Detail view of Big Goose’s head:
Jacqueline and the Dragonfly (Odonata) at Reed College. Oil on Panel, 24in x 38in, 2012.DETAIL PHOTOS
Alex plays a video game with a pill bug (Armadillidiidae). Oil on Panel, 24in x 36in, 2012.DETAIL PHOTOS
Still Life with Bob Ross, Brushes, Paint, Little Trees, and an Easel. Oil on panel, 13in x 19in, 2012.DETAIL PHOTOS
Maija and the Mantis (Mantodea) at the Secret Society Lounge in Portland, OR. Oil on panel, 36in x 51in, 2012.
Ladybug and Elisia Duet (Coccinellidae). Oil on panel, 24in x 36in, 2012.
A gentleman spends a quiet Friday evening at home with his bee (Bombus). Oil on panel, 24in x 36in, 2011.
Ophelia and her Jumping Spider (Salticidae). Oil on panel, 24in x 36in, 2011.
The Clown and the Crossdresser. Oil on panel, 3ft x 3ft, 2011.
Miyamoto’s (after Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks). Oil on panel, 24in x 33in. 2011.
Commissioned by the Portland Mercury for the cover of Vol. 12 Issue 8, July 14, 2011 to go along with an article about the video game exhibit GameOn 2.0 at OMSI. The diner is named after Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of Mario and Donkey Kong. From left to right: Mario, Donkey Kong, Pauline (the Donkey Kong Lady), and Satoru Iwata (president and CEO of Nintendo).
Still Life with Oprah Winfrey, Eggplant, Squash, and a Balloon. Oil on panel, 13in x 15in, 2011.
Pickles the Clown in a Bathtub. Oil on panel, 24in x 24in, 2011.
Still Life with Katy Perry and a Cactus. Oil on panel, 13in x 14in, 2011.
Portrait of Ellen Swallow Richards, Chemist.
8.5″ X 11″ oil on acetate on wood.
Ellen Swallow Richards (December 3, 1842 – March 30, 1911) was the foremost female industrial and environmental chemist in the United States in the 19th century, pioneering the field of home economics. Richards graduated from Westford Academy (2nd oldest secondary school in Westford, MA). She was the first woman admitted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and its first female instructor, the first woman in America accepted to any school of science and technology, and the first American woman to earn a degree in chemistry.DETAIL PHOTOS
Pee-wee Herman with a pineapple-glazed ham.. Oil on panel, 13in X 19in, 2010.
Portrait of Max Planck, Theoretical Physicist
Max Planck (April 23, 1858 – October 4, 1947) was a German theoretical physicist, considered to be the founder of quantum theory, and thus one of the most important physicists of the twentieth century. Planck was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918.DETAIL PHOTOS
Lk Pearman: High School French Teacher. Oil on panel, 2010
Martin Van Buren holding a Ham from the Presidential Ham series.
Lyndon Johnson holding a Ham from the Presidential Ham series.