Saturday, January 13, 2018

I worked really hard on this piece over the last few months. It combines chalkink with oils. I was doing it to turn into the Hogle zoo art competition this year. However when I went to grab it this morning to do one last check it had started to crack and peel. It is the best painting I've ever done.
I'm hoping it is fixable. We will see.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Here are some of the things I've been working on at work.  At home I have not got a lot done because we just moved and the house we bought still has to be fixed up. I will get it done eventually.
This one was for the 4th. It was up above our seasonal aisle.

These two (monkey and parrot) are for the cheese island's artisan chocolate display. We are going for a "bean to bar" jungle theme.

I think this is pretty self explanatory.

Just a quick one for our chile roast celebration this year.

Monday, June 12, 2017

This is the Mount Timpanogoes temple in American Fork, Utah. Did it for my sister's friend who got married there.

This one is turning out great and I'm exciting to see how it turns out in the end.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Here are some older pictures that I posted a while ago. Enjoy!

These next two pieces are front and back for our Juice display at work. 
This first one is the front piece.  It really makes you thirsty just looking at it.

This piece is on the back of the girl drinking orange juice above. It gets people's attention when walking back to the front of the store.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

I really liked how this one turned out. The picture is washed out a little too so the picture does not even do it justice. As you can see we are trying to sell more bagels at work. So far it has been working.

This one was for our planting and gardening section on the seasonal aisle.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

This is an oil painting of the Bountiful temple for a friend's wedding. The picture does not do it justice. 

This is a piece I did for work but that was finished at home because I liked it so much. It is chalkink on chalk board. It was hanging above our wok bar but we got rid of the wok bar a couple of months ago because of sales.
I liked how this one turned out. The wetness of fur was the hardest part to complete. 

This was a study with colored pencils. I chose to use this for my business card.

This is an old one that I did in watercolor while in college. I'm not a fan of watercolor so I did not pursue it. The image is that of the view from the top of Mount Whitney (14500ft) in California looking south.