Fine Art is art created and appreciated for its own intrinsic value. All the meaning the work conveys is contained within the scope of the canvas. Thus, fine art is not created specifically to market a product or service, though it may be exploited commercially. That said, some of the artwork presented here was actually created for clients and their projects. A music CD cover, a brochure for an optometrist, postcard for a talent agency, a drawing for blank stationery... And at the end of the day I have this artwork that looks good on its own, so I put it in this section.
This section contains original artwork created over the years in different media. Pen & ink, vector drawings, 3D modeling and digital illustrations are often layered smoothly together on the same canvas to form a composite design.
Most of the artwork in this section is from a period between 1996 and 2002 and is therefore among the oldest stuff on this site. You might also check out a selection of old sketches.
Compass Composition : Collage
Acrobatic Figure : Vector Drawing of Man
Exotic Flower : Airbrushed Illustration
Woman's Face : Airbrushed Illustration
Fluid Figure : Vector Drawing of Woman
Eye Study : Vector Drawing of Eye
Kiwi Fruit : 3D Rendering of Kiwi Fruit
Concept Of Achievement : Airbrushed Illustration
Cityscape In Pen & Ink : Stippled in Pen & Ink
3D Photo-Composition : Artwork and Photography
Scarlet Macaw : Vector Illustration
Still Life : Classic Fruit as a 3D Model
Nourse Farms : Fruit and Vegetables
Circular Desk : 3D Rendering
Original artwork and illustration forms the basis of most of the projects featured in this site. A web site design, brochure, vehicle decal or trade show booth may prominently feature artwork mapped to its specific purpose. In all cases, the same rigorous standards of execution quality and creative excellence apply.