I'm looking forward to returning to Santa Fe, New Mexico next month.
Please come to my Zen of Nimbus exhibit at the Mitchell Library branch of the New Haven Free Public Library, from Monday, May 8 - Friday, June 30. There will be an opening on Monday, May 8 at 6 PM. The address is 37 Harrison St., New Haven, CT.
SOLD: Nimbus and the Canals of Venice, an oil painting on canvas.
Nimbus appears in this illustration for an article about data compression for magazines of the ACM.
My new oil painting, called Nimbus and the Amsterdam Concert. Wood panel, 14" x 20 ".
"Aldo's Dream," my latest oil painting on wood panel, 14" x 20".
"Nimbus and the Wright Glider," my oil painting on wood panel showing Nimbus and his sidekick Aldo flying over Venice. 14" x 20".
Nimbus makes a rare appearance in his bathing attire at the 14th Street YMCA in this illustration that appeared in the Metropolitan section of The New York Times this past weekend:
My new Nimbus image showing his unusual way of traveling. It's called Nimbus and the New World.
In this illustration for The New York Times Op-Ed Letters column, we get a rare glimpse into Nimbus's domestic life:
I've been revisiting some of my favorite Nimbus images and turning them into oil paintings. Several are currently on exhibit in New Haven CT. It's the first time that I've exhibited these paintings and I'm getting a nice response from them.
Next up on my easel is Nimbus and the Amsterdam Concert. My print that inspired this painting was in the Society of Illustrators 58th Annual Exhibition this past January, and has just been accepted into American Illustration 35:
I'm so pleased that "Nimbus and the Amsterdam Concert" has been accepted into American Illustration 35.