“Rory the Warrior”

This piece was created in commemoration of a little boy named “Rory” who loved firemen and firetrucks. Tragically, Rory drowned in a swimming pool in August of 2016, and as a tribute to his love of firefighters, the family started the Rory the Warrior Foundation. The sculpture will be presented to his mother who will […]

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“When the cows come home”

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This piece is a continuation of the “Door Prizes” series. I call it, “When the cows come home” and had a lot of fun painting that little calf : ) The door is in it’s original finish and was removed from a historical home located here in Van Alstyne, Texas–built back in the late 1920’s. […]

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Interior and Exterior Mural Projects

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Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to be involved in designing and creating visual experiences for numerous retail and public facilities. Like all interior or exterior environment design projects, the goal is to engage and surround the individual with beautiful imagery and a unique visual experience. Depending on the nature of the brand and […]

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“Rainbow Stew”

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This was a little project that I took on mainly out of an admiration for one of Country Music’s greatest entertainers, Merle Haggard. We lost Merle this past year, and it was a huge blow for music in general. He not only was one of the greatest country music performers of all time, but accumulated […]

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“Resolved Fulfillment”

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A commissioned piece to be featured in the owner’s new home, this piece was as much a spiritual exercise as a work of art. The art buyer wanted a depiction of Christ that demonstrated resolve and unswerving determination to fulfill God’s plan for complete sacrifice and fulfillment of prophesy. After many sketches, scale modeling and […]

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Military Tribute: “Father and Soldier”

“Father and Soldier” was inspired by fallen hero, Army Ranger, SPC. E.J. Murphy who was recently lost while serving in Syria. The sculpture was created as a dedication to his widow and two baby sons to provide a lasting memorial of his love for family and country. After researching the soldier’s life and passion for […]

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The Fish Door

Found a really cool old door from a house in Van Alstyne, Texas that was built around the early 1900’s. Doors were much shorter and narrower back then. It still has all of the old hardware (notice the old key hole). Cleaned it up, but decided to keep it in it’s original state to hold […]

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“Real Men” Series

This is the first in a series of paintings that I am calling, “Real Men” inspired by individuals that I’ve known and respected over the years. I’ve titled this painting, “Wheat Farmer”, 10″ x 20″ acrylic on canvas. Available as a giclee canvas print, or the original can be purchased. Please contact us at 214-293-3038 or […]

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Famous Historical People At Local Business

As a resident of Van Alstyne, Texas, I’ve always had an interest in the history of our little town, and the early settlers who helped to establish it. Paul and Kyrie Nobles, the owners of Kyrie’s Coffee Company approached me to create a series of famous people images to be displayed in their store window. […]

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GCEC’s “Willie Wiredhand” Auctioned for TREWA

Recently we had the pleasure of creating a commemorative painting of the electric cooperative mascot, “Willie Wiredhand” as depicted in an early 1950’s utility truck with the Rural Electric Act emblem on the door. The painting was brought to auction to raise money for TREWA (Texas Rural Electric Women’s Association) at this year’s Texas Electric […]

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