Monday, August 24, 2009

Heres the final of the tiger woods painting.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Here is the start of a new painting I am doing for a charity auction. I wanted to keep the under painted feel, so Im going to try to keep this look through to the finish.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Samson 3

So I recently realized I was spelling Samson's name wrong. There isnt a "P" in Samson. I learned something.
This is stage three of the middle piece of the final piece. It will probably continue to evolve a lot in the process of being complete. I am indecisive at times when I paint.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Sampson 2

Heres after about 6 hours of painting

Sunday, July 26, 2009


So I forgot to take a pic of the final logo for Dr. Wilhoite, so here is a new painting Im working on. It is going to be Sampson, from the story Sampson and Delilah in the Bible (Judges 16), pushing down the pillars of a temple full of Philistines. This will consist of three canvases; two more sandwiching this one, representing the pillars. I will keep my progress updated as much as possible. God Bless.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Here is the finished portrait of Dr. Willhoite.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Chef cont.

So here is the image of Dr. Willhoite with the background more completed. Now I have to do final touch ups on it, and I will be done.
Along with this painting, Dr. Willhoite also wants me to redo his logo for the Soul Food Museum. I haven't started yet, but Im working on the preliminary work. Ill keep that project updated as well.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009


So Ive been working on a painting lately for a chef, Dr. Kenneth Willhoite, in Atlanta. He owns a museum called the "Soul Food Museum," and he does a lot of work with the community. He's been a lot of places. If your interested you can check him out at:

Anyway, I have been working on this painting for a couple weeks now. Its at an almost finished stage now, I just have to put some finishing touches on it. Here's how it looked about a week ago:

There are still a couple of small changes I need to make on his eyes (that I haven't done yet), but his face and hands were nearly complete at this stage. Only thing left to do was the background. I haven't got a photo yet of the stage its in now, but I can say that the background is completed, along with the tricky neon lights back there. Ill upload the current stage when I get a chance.

The important thing about this painting is that it wasn't a commission. I was inspired to do a painting of him when my family and I met him. I will give him the painting though, because there is a strong possibility that it could appear on the Oprah show with him, along with being the front cover of his book. This would be such a blessing if all goes well, so Im praying on it.
So yea, its been a while since Ive been on. Im going to start updating my blog on a regular basis. Really the only thing new is that I graduated from the College for Creative Studies (CCS), and I'm currently looking for a job. Not too easy right now, of course, but Im sure God will work something out for me.

Just to catch up a little, here are the things Ive worked on since Italy.

This painting is titled "Mark 2". Referencing a very empowering biblical verse. It was the first painting I did after returning from Italy.

I ran into trouble with coming up with good concepts, so I began to focus on portraits, just to keep the paintings going. The title of this one is "Tashif." He's a friend from CCS.

This is the first painting I did using a live model the whole time. This is my twin brother "Brennon." He was a very good model; didn't move much at all. I enjoyed doing this painting the most during my last semester at CCS.

This is a painting of my boy Anthony "Ant", a fellow painter who also graduated from CCS this past May.

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Friday, August 1, 2008

Thursday, July 31, 2008