The images on this page are best defined as acrylic. That is to say that they would be enhanced best in that medium. Acrylic pieces need not be framed and it is possible in certain cases, to back-light them with LED lighting and place them into a light box. The lighting is remote controlled as to the amount of light emanating from the image.
More like a water color, experimentation as to a specific paper surface is currently under experimentation. Any of the mentioned surfaces will be suitable for this piece.
Actually a composite image that includes a view of a sailboat in the background and through the glass, this is a potentially nice back-lit piece on acrylic.
More of a design piece (of which many are possible), this piece reflects a combination of watercolor styling and design elements for a unique look.
This piece is no longer available in any format as it has been sold. However, the particular effect used here can be applied to any image.
A preferred surface for many of my pieces that are slightly darker, either through subject matter or the emotive quality of the work.
The Lovely Couple
Imagery is placed on metal. The background is slightly cut away to reveal mountain detail. Stands on a beautiful base and was created from a wedding photograph.
The shimmering effects of the bead work look especially attractive on a metal surface.
The Homeless Veteran
Particularly suited to metal. light areas reflect best on this gray tone piece.
Purposefully dark, this piece is more pronounced on metal.
Some of the images on this page have been placed on wood surfaces for a specific type of look associated with the image itself. As with any other pieces on this site, other mediums are possible depending on the desired look you are seeking.
The irony. A digital tree on a wooden surface.
The Bearded Man
This watercolor effect is also suitable for acrylic pieces
A sampling of Winter scenes suitable for canvas and acrylic.
Heavy Snow with Light
Dense packed snow and a warming light are accentuated here.
Moving through the mountains, the effect of steam and smoke are clearly visible in this piece. Suitable on a variety of surfaces.
Opposite reflections on the water counter the shimmering, frosty light on and surrounding the trees.
Sunset Winter Light
Frosted branches touch over a near frozen, mirrored stream.
While suitable on a variety of surfaces, this piece looks especially attractive on metal.
Off the Wheels
Sunset over the Farm
The Japanese Garden
Many of these “looks” can be changed by altering the hues. A different color set changes the scene completely.
Relaxed by the Dock
The Boat Dock
A sunset and a sketch.
Boat Dock Full
A different arrangement of the previous piece in this list.
By the Waters
A large watercolor piece (48” X 60” of a local florida wildlife scene originally taken with a nikon D5500 and used as a guide for the finished work. The video shows the unveiling of the piece, the selected framing. A second video will show the completed and framed piece.