Embryo Series

A spin off from my “Fruit Gone Bad” series. Drawings of embryos inhabiting various vegetables and intertwine themselves around the roots. All are graphite on paper and shipped flat.
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“Gourd Gone Bad with Embryos” 8x4.5” image size on 12x9” cardboard. Drawn using graphite with white pencil on the cardboard backing of a vintage tracing paper tablet. I love the tattered pieces of tracing paper left behind at the top of the cardboard and decided to leave them attached. I glued a few down to the cardboard with medium and let the rest splay out. Drawing side prepped with clear gesso and finished with a coat of matte medium. The back side retains part of the sticker from a long defunct Chicago art supply company. $175.00 + $12.00 shipping. Buy It Now in US only. Outside the US please contact for additional shipping charges.
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“Eye of a Necromancer- Gold Beetle” is sculpted from polymer clay and set into a round, composition, warm black, distressed frame. The sculpture is approximately 2.75” in diameter making the eye slightly larger than life size, and is finished with layered applications of acrylic paint. The piece has an overall matte finish with the eye itself given several coats of gloss varnish, for a nice wet appearance. The beetle is gold metallic. Sold
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“Eye of a Necromancer-Violet Beetle” Sold
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“Eye of a Necromancer-Copper Beetle” $325.00
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“Eye of a Necromancer-Red Beetle” $325.00
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“Eye of a Necromancer-
Green Beetle”
“Eye of a Necromancer” Now available, faux fresco pieces of the famed, (and fictitious) collection of historical artifacts and oddities owned by the dark and mysterious Mr Victor W. Dankquart. Above each sculpted eye is painted the quarter moon mark, identifying the wearer as a necromancer, with a beetle below the eye thought to designate speciality. These fragments are assumed to have been parts of much larger murals which paid tribute to the magical talents of village necromancers. Retrieved during archaeological digs in exotic locales, they belonged to a civilization now known only to the sands of time.

Each faux fresco fragment is approximately 4x3” mounted on a 7x5” textured surface and set in a 8x6” black frame. Sculpted with polymer clay and wood they receive a stone and plaster texture, and are then painted using various acrylic products. Ready to hang and become part of your own collection of imagined history. $325.00.
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Sketches I have a number of sketches and studies available for purchase. I’ve posted a few samples here, there are many more available on the “Sketches” page. Sold unframed unless noted otherwise.
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Childhood Memories Sold
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A Carpenter Bee $85.00
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“Snail Eye Mask”
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“Beetle’s Discovery” $95.00
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“Double Trouble” $95.00
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“Beet with a Treat” $95.00
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“The Keeper”
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“The Arrival” print. I recently discovered I had a few of these giclée prints of my original acrylic on panel painting tucked away. Beautifully reproduced on high quality 100% acid free fine art paper using archival inks. The image size is 11x12” with a 1” paper border. Shipped flat. $50.00 plus $15.00 shipping to US addresses. Outside the US please Contact me to purchase. Sold Out
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