Thursday, June 19, 2014

Start of a new series!!

This painting is the first of what is to come of my boat series! I just finished this one and will be starting a new seascape and boat scenery today!


Friday, May 30, 2014

5th Street Gallery showcase today!

I will be entering these pieces today for exhibition in the 5th Street Gallery showcase located in Historic Downtown Rosenberg, Texas. From top to bottom: "Coming of Age", "Geronimo II", and "Sweeter with Time".




Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Biggest Painting I've Done Yet!

Just in time for the fourth of July! This piece was commissioned by a huge supporter and friend of mine, Frank Dimaria. This piece is actually 48X60 (4 ft by 5 ft).


Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Overall Grand Champion at Houston Rodeo!!!!

With 358,000 entrees from all over the state of Texas, I took the #1 spot. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ :)

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Sister's Birthday Present!

This painting, my sister has been wanting since her last birthday! She wanted a peacock painting-- so I painted one for her-- but it wasn't the style she was going for (other peacock painting in "miscellaneous" album). She wanted this peacock painting to match her modernized style of decor in her new room, so this year, i approached a simple-shaped and contrasted feel to the whole piece, while using a black and green color scheme to match her room. She loved this piece! (Largest Piece I've Ever Painted 30x40)

Friday, July 22, 2011

New Painting!

With this new painting, i focused on pushing colors to be as vibrant as possible while still maintaining a realist atmosphere within the piece

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Painting Featured On Major Rodeo Program

For the first time ever, the San Antonio Rodeo featured their Fine Arts winner on their program for the whole rodeo. I entered a competition of over 500 exhibitors and won Grand Champion. My painting sold in auction for $20,000-- money that i personally get to have to put in my college fund :) I also got a chance to be carted around the rodeo arena, holding my painting in the "Grand Entry".