Welcome! I am a semi-famous artist on the verge of international superstardom. I'll keep you posted on how that's going.
I have been a professional commercial artist since 1980. When I made the switch from traditional to digital media—this was around 1995, I think—I undertook the experiment of recreating dozens of pre-digital styles, just to see how they would look. That's why the pictures here have their roots in everything from Kandinsky to Rembrandt, from French impressionism to the Sunday comics. I will leave it to the viewer to determine which experiments succeeded.
The entire gallery consists of well over a thousand pieces, many of which are yet to be posted. I have arranged these into smaller galleries, the titles of which (because art should defy categorization) will not be especially helpful. So look upon this visit as a kind of adventure: Keep a sharp machete in hand and trudge boldly forward, ready for any surprise.
And please do so (if you will) on the largest screen available: Art wasn't meant to be viewed on a cell phone!
Wuth a Million Dollahs
This is what I do when I'm planning to do something else. The drawings are crude, and their meaning (if any) is best interpreted by psychiatry. But this is "pure" art in that it pours directly from my imagination without the intrusion of good taste, good sense or a scrap of rational thought.
Engraven Images, some NSFW
Eons ago, artwork meant for publication first had to be entrusted to skilled engravers, woodblock carvers, lithographers or mezzotint specialists. Today, we achieve the look of their low-tech methods through high-tech digital technology. It's the circle of life, or something.