EAT / DRINK

EAT / DRINK

 SWIM

SWIM

 PLAY

PLAY

 WEST

WEST


Family is always in the picture

In the spring of 2000, I was commissioned to create a 136’ mural for a local Atlanta restaurant and at the time I did not have a studio. I commandeered my garage and spent everyday for six weeks dragging the sixteen nine-foot panels in and out of my makeshift studio, working on them in my driveway and front yard.  As the canvases were to be presented as a series abutting one another, I had to work on at least three at a time so the Barracudas Dolphin fish and tuna could “swim” from one panel to another . . .   Read more...