Dragonflies and Damselflies guided my way down the river one summer afternoon.

This kirin was printed in the traditional Japanese woodblock printing technique with hand-ground pigments mixed in rice paste.

I used a jersey cow for a model. I just love the dynamics of her movement!

We had the biggest guard toad of all sit for a portrait one day. Fatter Fat was the best toad ever!

One day, I will have a draft horse. We will drink beer and watch the sun set across the pasture after a hard days work.

This is a block I carved for a book plate involving the phases of the moon.

How could I have a Fat Hog and not a cute little Sow to go along with him? You can almost hear her tipsy little giggle as the beads of her dress tousle and sway.