Updates

Award winning reproduction available for the first time on Iconella

I received an email notification on March 7, 2014 at 11:48pm.  It held a surprising and interesting proposition.  That night I had my first contact with David Metz.  David was sharing his vision for a fresh art reproduction site that would provide an eclectic mix of artists and remarkable attention to print quality.  David was in Wyoming.  I was in Kansas.  Distances mean little in this age.  It's amazing really.  After many emails, phone calls, interviews, and agreements mailed, today at 10:00am central, one of the finest companies to offer art reproductions was launched: Iconella.

 What do Henri Rousseau, Katsushika Hokusai, and Ernest Vincent Wood III have in common?

 What do Henri Rousseau, Katsushika Hokusai, and Ernest Vincent Wood III have in common?

David saw my work and invited me to take part in Iconella with the painting "Per Aspera."  This painting was selected as winner of a competition to depict the landmark decision Brown v. Board which abolished "separate but equal" segregation in schools.

This is the first time this image is being made available to the public. I've had a lot of inquires about this piece and now we're making it happen with Iconella. Enjoy.