I use Ampersand museum series scratchbord panels, and
scratch with several tools, mostly a small exacto knife.
If I want to add color, special scratchboard inks are
applied after I've completed scratching.
have stumbled upon the website of
Since 2003, I have been showing and
selling my art at art festivals throughout
Original drawings are for sale, if
interested, send me an email. Use the links above
to navigate the site.
This site is for my customers, potential
customers, and anyone else who would just like to look
around and possibly make a purchase.
> Updated March 24, 2017
setup at 2Cool in Gulfport FL, Feb 4-5, 2017
Charcoal: Vine & Compressed Charcoal
Pencils Pencils: 2H through
9B Prismacolor pencils White pencil on black
board, Strathmore 500
Magnani Velata, Stonehenge paper
Scratchboard. NEW 2016:
Images are drawn on a
primed wood panel or a heavy drawing surface that
has been glued to a 1/2" foamboard. It is then
sprayed with charcoal fixer, then a spray acrylic
clear coat, followed by two brushed on coats of
acrylic varnish, resulting in a charcoal drawing
that is treated like a painting. No glass is
Most of the
photographs were taken with traditional large and
medium format film cameras loaded with black and
I use various cameras and reducing backs to
fit 4x5, 5x7, & 8x10 film, while the
medium format (120 film) is usually 6 cm. x 6 cm.
(2-1/4 square); 6x9 is also an option.
Check out my CAMERA
Developing my own film, I then scan the
negative and print the final image digitally on an
archival printer with archival papers.
Note. Its been several
years since I've added any new photographs to this
site, I'm now spliting my time between drawings and
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