Passageways II
Passageways II

15"x12"

ballpoint pen and watercolor on paper

A drawing exploring the parallels between waterways, and roadways.

 

Passages Way I
Passages Way I

This drawing explores fishing as a metaphor, and the parallels between waterways and roads.

22"x15"

Pen on Paper

2014

Keystone XL
Keystone XL

16"x18"

ballpoint pen on paper

The Keystone XL pipeline has been a highly controversial proposition. One of the main issues that pertain to it is the amount of protected species' habitats it would run through, elevating the risk of potential oil spills.

browntrout3.jpg
Helpless
Helpless

18"x26"

watercolor and ballpoint pen on paper

This drawing deals with the direct effect of littering and pollution on our waterways and those that inhabit it.

Freedom Industries
Freedom Industries

12"x16"

ballpoint pen on paper

This drawings illustrates the chemical spill in January of 2014 from Freedom Industries into the Elk River. As a result, 300,000 nearby residents were left with unusable running water for weeks as well as long lasting damages to the river itself.

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Nowhere Else, But Here.
Nowhere Else, But Here.

This is my contribution to the Sitwell Collection show out in Newport Beach, CA.  This painting is based loosely off of one of favorite places since I was a kid, Lake Nipissing, Canada.

12"x10"
Watercolor and Pen on paper

2015

trout.jpg
Benigno_Aarvark.jpg
treestump.jpg
Soldier.jpg
intrinsicallyme.jpg
Expansion/Contraction
Expansion/Contraction

22"x30"
ballpoint pen on paper

This drawing deals with the shrinking habitats of many animals, and they're forced adaptation to living amongst ever expanding suburbia.

For Better of Worse?
For Better of Worse?

18"x24"

watercolor and ballpoint pen on paper

Although hydro-fracking can provide access to substantial amounts of clean natural gas and an economic boost, it also comes with a hefty price. Long lasting damages are done to the surrounding environment, and massive amounts of waste are created. This illustration provokes the question, which is truly a greater value?

Passageways II
Passages Way I
Keystone XL
browntrout3.jpg
Helpless
Freedom Industries
tpb1.jpg
Nowhere Else, But Here.
trout.jpg
Benigno_Aarvark.jpg
treestump.jpg
Soldier.jpg
intrinsicallyme.jpg
Expansion/Contraction
For Better of Worse?
Passageways II

15"x12"

ballpoint pen and watercolor on paper

A drawing exploring the parallels between waterways, and roadways.

 

Passages Way I

This drawing explores fishing as a metaphor, and the parallels between waterways and roads.

22"x15"

Pen on Paper

2014

Keystone XL

16"x18"

ballpoint pen on paper

The Keystone XL pipeline has been a highly controversial proposition. One of the main issues that pertain to it is the amount of protected species' habitats it would run through, elevating the risk of potential oil spills.

Helpless

18"x26"

watercolor and ballpoint pen on paper

This drawing deals with the direct effect of littering and pollution on our waterways and those that inhabit it.

Freedom Industries

12"x16"

ballpoint pen on paper

This drawings illustrates the chemical spill in January of 2014 from Freedom Industries into the Elk River. As a result, 300,000 nearby residents were left with unusable running water for weeks as well as long lasting damages to the river itself.

Nowhere Else, But Here.

This is my contribution to the Sitwell Collection show out in Newport Beach, CA.  This painting is based loosely off of one of favorite places since I was a kid, Lake Nipissing, Canada.

12"x10"
Watercolor and Pen on paper

2015

Expansion/Contraction

22"x30"
ballpoint pen on paper

This drawing deals with the shrinking habitats of many animals, and they're forced adaptation to living amongst ever expanding suburbia.

For Better of Worse?

18"x24"

watercolor and ballpoint pen on paper

Although hydro-fracking can provide access to substantial amounts of clean natural gas and an economic boost, it also comes with a hefty price. Long lasting damages are done to the surrounding environment, and massive amounts of waste are created. This illustration provokes the question, which is truly a greater value?

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