Limited Print Run: A Link to the Past, Ishinomori-Style •Preorder by Dec. 6•

One thing that helps inspire me in the studio is going back to my favorite media from childhood. I’m a big fan of the Legend of Zelda series and can’t remember how many times I read through the graphic novel adaptation of A Link to the Past by Shotaro Ishinomori when I was young. For years after its release by Nintendo Power, it was out of print. (It’s back as of 2015.) I still have my original copy, and I recently decided to choose some of my favorite pages to recreate digitally in Ishinomori’s original watercolor style.

Limited Art Print Series
By Preorder Only • Due Dec. 6

Now that the series is complete, I’m making the 9 illustrations available for a limited time as archival art prints. Preorders are due December 6, with delivery scheduled just in time for the holidays. Order below or contact me for more details.

UPDATE: Preorders are now closed! You can view the series online here.

Opening reception for Infinite Canvas: Comics & Fantasy Illustration

I’ll be kicking off my weekend with a comics and fantasy art opening reception in Lewiston. Come say hello!

Fri, Sep 27, 5-8PM
Kimball Street Studios
191 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, ME
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Infinite Canvas is a comics and fantasy illustration exhibit featuring primarily Maine artists. I organized and participated in the first one in 2017 and am back at it again this year! I had fun making the new logo, too.

Variations 2019: Outdoor / Indoor Group Series + Artist Reception

For this year’s Artdogs Variations project, we chose to respond to the extensive bridge work taking place in our backyard of downtown Gardiner, Maine. My piece depicts a modern troll.


Find the artwork on the back of the Artdogs building (Arcade St public lot) and under the Bridge St / A1 Diner bridge.


Other current Artdogs work is inside the Circling the Square gallery (275 Water St, Gardiner). Join us for a reception and artist talk at the gallery on Sunday, July 14 at 5:00pm (refreshments provided).

Troglodytarum novus (modern troll)

New work on display at Variations 11 exhibit

As part of my connection with Gardiner arts group The Artdogs, I’m displaying a collection of new in-process illustrative pieces at the ground-floor gallery / print studio. Come check it out, and if you’re in the area for the July 15 reception and artist talk, stop by to say hello!

Location: Circling the Square Fine Arts Press, 275 Water Street, Gardiner, Maine

Exhibit dates: through July 28 (open Fridays and Saturdays 10:00-4:00, and by appointment)

Reception & artist talk: Sunday, July 15, 4:00-6:00 PM

Story Development: Sticky Notes Idea Wall

Writing a good story can be a daunting task – it certainly has been for me! Where to start? How to proceed? What to do with all of the ideas that come to mind, or a surprising dearth of ideas despite feeling so excited about the project at first?

Over many months of ongoing development for a story of my own, I’ve had the opportunity to navigate the muck of these early questions. I’m now in the happy position to offer advice to those who might be feeling stuck themselves, or are just beginning to think about tackling a new story. Below, I’ll offer a simple yet effective tool for beginning the long journey of bringing your narrative project to life.

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2017 Projects Recap

Navigating the dark and cold of Maine winters can be a challenge. Most of the time I try to “power through” my seasonal impulse to wind down, usually with mixed results at best, and almost always resulting in a case of “the sads” along the way. But this winter I decided to work with my restful impulse, and I found that the months of shadow offered special opportunities for not just reading and enjoying other media, but reflection, and even celebration about accomplishments from the previous year.

With this in mind, I thought I’d share an overview of what I was up to creatively in 2017, in roughly chronological order. And, keep an eye out for 2018 updates; I’ve been working away on a larger project, and I look forward to sharing early products of that work in the coming months. Continue reading