Gun Fish

Gun Fish

This is an example of some of my most recent work using digital techniques to produce spare and tidy collages. It's a print on paper, using archival inks, 27 by 40 inches--the size of an old-fashioned movie theater "one sheet."

Solitude eats right out of the frying pan

Solitude Eats Right Out of the Frying Pan

This is one from a much larger series of spare and tidy digital collages I've been working on recently. It's a print on paper, using archival inks, 27 by 40 inches--the size of an old-fashioned movie theater "one sheet."

The Voluptuous Horror

The Voluptuous Horror

I've used this figure, of the man I call "Mr. Littlehead," in a number of pieces. The image recalls old movie elegance, and the trope of the successful man. It's a print on paper, using archival inks, 27 by 40 inches--the size of an old-fashioned movie theater "one sheet."

Letter Cloud

Letter Cloud

I love the little curved arrow. This is a print on paper, using archival inks, 27 by 40 inches--the size of an old-fashioned movie theater "one sheet."

Three for Two

Three for Two

I love the little curved arrow. This is a print on paper, using archival inks, 27 by 40 inches--the size of an old-fashioned movie theater "one sheet."

Horror Vacui

Horror Vacui

I frequently explore using very few elements in a work of art, and this is a case in point. It's a print on paper, using archival inks, 27 by 40 inches--the size of an old-fashioned movie theater "one sheet."

Mr. Littlehead

Mr. Littlehead

This is a print on paper, using archival inks, 45 by 36 inches.

John the Baptist Assemblage

John The Baptist

This assemblage of mine was on display at the Slusser Gallery at the Stamps School of Art at the University of Michigan, this past summer, in a juried show.

Mask Collage

Mask

This is a digital collage I made, using public domain images, and designs and patterns I created myself. It's a good, dramatic size at 40 by 27 inches--the size of an old-fashioned movie theater "one sheet."

Rulers and Rockers Photograph

Rulers and Rockers

This is straight, unaltered photograph of a still-life arrangement. It includes painted sections of canvas, painted wooden sticks, mirrored mylar, and collage elements. I made a series of 25 similar images, some of which I've printed 4 by 5 feet! They've been exhibited all over the country, including in a two person show, with a catalogue, at The Mitchell Museum in Mt. Vernon, IL.

A Guy You Must Not Monkey With In Any Respect Collage

A Guy You Must Not Monkey With In Any Respect

This is one of the many collages I have made. The title is from a line in a Damon Runyan story. It's 20 by 16 inches, on 100% rag acid-free museum board. The adhesive was acid free glue stick, and the lettering was done by hand in pencil, using a stencil.