In 2015, I had the distinct opportunity to meet Senator McCain, a man of great depth and a personal hero of mine for many years.
A dear friend, Madame Secretary of the United States Senate, Ann Berry is the first person of color to serve in this position. Ann is a great patriot who leads the way for all who aspire to achieve in service.
I had originally wanted to make this more formal portrait of President Lincoln, but “Abe Laments” wanted to precede this painting.
This painting represents a major achievement for me as an artist. It is my very first portrait and I successfully procrastinated painting it for almost a year and a half.
Tammie Jo Shults was the Captain of Southwest Flight 1380 LGA-Dallas on that fateful day in April in 2018.
Portrait of a Woman is a three-panel image celebrating women who wear the uniform.
The iconic image of Yogi Berra jumping into the arms of Don Larsen after pitching a perfect game at Yankee Stadium in Game 6 of the classic Yankee/Dodger World Series in 1956.
I met Senator Bob Dole in his law office in July of 2016. At 93 he was welcoming, witty and irascible.
When Black Lives Matter happened I asked myself what is my response as an artist.
My wife Dorothy and I attended a West Point football game, where General Odierno stood on the sidelines below us.
General Eisenhower wanted to observe the Normandy Invasion on 6 June, 1944 from the vantage point of the English Channel.
After a famous photo of Sir Winston Churchill, we pay tribute to a truly magnificent man of theTwentieth Century.