New Life for Daybreak

New Life for Daybreak

  My client grew up with his mother’s framed Maxfield Parrish print (Daybreak, 1922) in their home. It’s regarded as the most popular art print of the 20th century based on the number of prints made – one for every four American homes. But now the...
Grandma’s Buttons

Grandma’s Buttons

From January 29, 2017: Grandma’s Buttons are a winner! My entry in the PPFA print competition won first place in the Metro Atlantic Chapter! All those days hunting down buttons and embroidery thread payed off. Now it’s on to the National Finals in Vegas! (edited...
Corner Samples of Cap Profiles in Various Hardwoods

Corner Samples of Cap Profiles in Various Hardwoods

Here is a collection of corner samples of cap profiles I made, along with their corresponding color chip. The chips help with consistency – if you pick a combination of wood species and stain, you need confidence that the color will match even though the grain...
Marilyn in Vectors

Marilyn in Vectors

This is an example of a piece that’s not particularly unique or valuable, but for our client it meant a lot because it was a gift from someone she loves, and value can often be a subjective thing. It’s an inexpensive print on synthetic canvas and...
Egyptian Papyrus Print

Egyptian Papyrus Print

A recent client surprised his parents by framing something of theirs as a gift. They are a retired couple who travel the world and like to bring back souvenirs from their trips, but he was appalled to find one such memento taped to a wall in their home. The hand...