Original Artwork

GAP

This is a 16 foot by 4 foot piece, in situ, I custom-painted specifically for my friends’ flat. I like it being untitled, but I temporarily called it the GAP or “Giant Art Project.” I enjoyed designing and constructing the frames and stretching the canvas, etc. It was a very fulfilling experience to customize something like this for my good friends. They titled it “Blessed Relief.”

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The “GAP” in my workshop before delivery.

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GetIntoABook1

A fun non-commissioned piece.

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The set of All’s Well That Ends Well was a storybook resting on a giant map.

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An uncommissioned piece in gouache and pen from a travel magazine picture.

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My kids frolicking in the woods.

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Some strange sketches.

BaronKitty

Baron Gottfried von Muffinstein

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Sets for a ballet, 2011

Improv

Sketches at an improv show in January 2018.

CafeLena

Sketch at a concert.

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Cattibal

YodaSketch

DavidSmallTheGardener1

This is my version of a page from Sarah Stewart and David Small’s The Gardener.

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Sets for Shakespeare’s Richard II. Painted the floor a giant medieval royal family tree.

SaraSketch2

A sketch of a very beautiful model friend of mine.

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Four logos I created.

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MaineWigwam

A wigwam I made with my family in 2016.

Sara's Foot

I designed this tattoo. God designed the foot.

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All's Well That Ends Well poster

All’s Well That Ends Well poster, RCP (2016)

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This is a poster I made for… guess which Shakespearean play…?

Maine Sketch 1

My friends’ home in rural Maine.

Maine Sketch 2

… and the pond behind their home.

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exam sketch

One of my students while he was taking an exam.

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A sculpture I made from a single piece of wire.

MBHelm1

A helmet I made for a production of Macbeth. (It’s on a pole as the gold paint is drying.)

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A hasty sketch of Aptos, California.

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Shutters I made for my house.

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A bed I designed and made from scratch. It’s made entirely from 2x4s with four 1x6s for the trim. It breaks down into 8 pieces in five minutes. Easy peasy and pretty cheap. My daughter is currently sleeping on this.

2x4s run something like $5 each. But the bolts and hardware added up. So there are 20 bolts, and with each bolt having two washers and one nut, that’s about $3-4 for each set. Multiply that by 20 bolt sets and that’s 60-80 right there. So the total for the wood was about $100– and about 30-40% of that went to those four trim pieces. Throw in a few brackets and that brings the whole project to around $200. But the sense of satisfaction in creating this practical (and to my mind, beautiful) object from nothing is priceless.

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This is from, like, 50,000 years ago– at least it feels like that.