Elephants are Faithful

This is my tribute to Dr. Suess and Horton Hatches the Egg. I read this book to my kids, my grandkids, and even a few nieces and nephews. If only we could all follow his example.

Maysie is a party bird. It’s a darn good thing Horton was there.

Sea Monster and Friends

Everyone has heard of the Lockness Monster. This is not him. This creature is friendly, and gives tired birds a ride until they can continue their journey. If someone spots him –  the birds are on their own.

(Cut-Paper and Markers)

Two Bird Bird Nest

My sister and brother-in-law love to watch the birds. They have a courtyard with bird feeders and flowering plants all about. When I see them sitting in their comfortable chairs on this patio, I think they are the birds, and their personal piece of paradise is the nest.

(Cut Paper and Markers)

The Excalibur Colonial Starship

This is a rendition of the starship featured in my Al Clark Series. I created a number of variations, although this is probably my favorite. This is the ship Al wakes up on, with no idea how he got there or why. What’s worse, he cannot remember his name.

(Computer Graphic)

Games People Play

I took most of the games I’ve played over the years and put them into this piece. See how many you can name.

(Ink and Copic Markers)

Country Tree Swing

I apologize for not posting much in the last few days. I have been focusing my efforts on completing book four in my Al Clark Series. I thought I would post this version of a tree swing done in oil paint. This was during my Bob Ross phase.

Picture yourself swinging under this tree on a warm spring morning and you WILL feel better.

Finished Picture Frame

When I am not writing, I like to work on various projects. This is the latest.

I posted earlier about a frame I made for one of my daughters paintings. After some thought and a few opinions I opted to match the frame with the background of the piece.

Normally, I shy away from covering new wood with paint. It this case, I varied from the norm. Everything else left the painting wanting. I wanted to see if I could make an inexpensive frame that complimented the work, and I believe I succeeded.

Alien Invasion

Life as we know it will change.

We don’t know when they are coming.

We don’t know if they are already here.

We don’t know where they will come from.

We don’t know if they come to conquer or save.

When they get here we will know.

(Cut-paper and markers-Reversed)

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