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Upcoming Live Exhibitions of Petroglyphics Art Fall seems like a long way off, but I wanted to share news of upcoming exhibitions of my work. These shows will be the first time for a live showing of Petroglyphics Art. Below are some preliminary details, with more to follow this summer. Gillespie Museum First up is…
Stop Sign This rock looked like one of those plaster kits for imprinting hands, but nature did this one. Stop what? I see childrens’ faces all over this rock. Stop Sign Please contact me for more information about this piece.
Coincidence or Fate? Is it coincidence or fate that a Corgi would appear in one of my rocks? If you’ve met Emil, you might think it was fate. Here is the before and after for Cross-Eyed Corgi. Here is my Corgi, Emil. Thanks for viewing my work. If you like these images and are curious…
Intermingling, Hey Bulldog, and The Stalker work it out to make a decorative trio. Bring some unique earth elements into your space with these metallic prints. If you’d like to discuss, I’d love to talk. Please reach out here.
Gone Wild 2023
Emergence in “Gone Wild” I’m pleased to announce that Emergence will be included in Las Laguna Art Gallery’s “Gone Wild” online exhibition. “Gone Wild” will feature artworks where animals or wildlife – real or imagined – are the central theme. With this piece, it appears that two elephants are emerging from obscurity in the deep…
Bunnies Rock! Easter weekend made me think about how often bunnies and rabbits show up in the rocks I work with. Below is Bunny Slippers. Here is Two Bunnies and a Cat. Not a Bunny Cotton Ball doesn’t feature a bunny, but makes a nice companion for an Easter parade. Browse my gallery here and.…
Elephant Dance is one of my favorites. I love how the elephant seems to be coming right out of the rock. People have asked me if I painted this on the rock. But, as will all my work, these images were already present in the rock. So I’m simply enhancing them. Below is Elephant Dance,…
Are These Real Rocks?
And other questions about Petroglyphics Art. As I’ve been working to share my work with different organizations and across social media, I’ve been getting some repeat questions and noticed some frequent things I need to clarify about this work. So I decided to explain further with some Q and A. Questions about Petroglyphics Are these…