I hope you enjoy my little gallery. This is a rather random selection out of the variety that is my portfolio.  The mish-mash will give you the idea that I’m a little all over the place.  This idea is correct.

The ten lepers were healed and only one turned back to be thankful. A linocut.

The ten lepers were healed and only one turned back to be thankful. A linocut.

This is a linocut I did of the chapel windows at our church that my father designed.

This is a linocut I did of the chapel windows at our church that my father designed.

One of my pen and ink drawings from my book 20 Zombie Poems and a Love Song for the Apocalypse.

One of my pen and ink drawings from my book 20 Zombie Poems and a Love Song for the Apocalypse.

Another pen and ink from my little book 20 Zombie Poems and a Love Song for the Apocalypse.  From the poem "Tupperware as an Indicator of Survival" where I comment on my lack of spatial skills and how it will probably one day be my death.

Another pen and ink from my little book 20 Zombie Poems and a Love Song for the Apocalypse. From the poem “Tupperware as an Indicator of Survival” where I comment on my lack of spatial skills and how it will probably one day be my death.

Oil Painting I did after a medical mission trip I took in college.

Oil Painting I did after a medical mission trip I took in college.

I'm enjoying thread lately.

I’m enjoying thread lately.

One of my little modern gargoyle sculptures.

One of my little modern gargoyle sculptures.

A rather scandalous sculpture done after my buddy Byron's "She Walks in Beauty Like the Night"

A rather scandalous sculpture done after my buddy Byron’s “She Walks in Beauty Like the Night”

A linocut I did a few years ago titled "Dechets".  You see her heart is clean and the waste separated from her by the depth of the sea.

A linocut I did a few years ago titled “Dechets”. You see her heart is clean and the waste separated from her by the depth of the sea.

The Chuck Close inspired self-portrait I did in college that my Mom still insists hang on the wall, a jolly onlooker.

The Chuck Close inspired self-portrait I did in college that my Mom still insists hang on the wall, a jolly onlooker.

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