Unless an artist has been working for decades, a portfolio that encompasses a land mass as large as the United States is unlikely. That said, the prints in this United States print gallery represent America through my eyes, so far. There’s nearly a decade of prints from my travels stateside. Most heavily represented, of course, is my home state of Georgia where I cut my teeth as an artist.
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to catch glimpses of the rest of the country and there is certainly a strong taste of American culture to be found among my United States artwork. From glimpses of the beautiful coastal landscapes of Northern California to the towering skyscrapers of the New York City skyline, there are prints for many tastes amongst my body of work. And as much as we may differ in such a large country, there’s a strong feel of what it means to be an American here, at least my view of it. There are glimpses of our foundations in Williamsburg as well as other historic sites, our aspirations in our architecture and monuments, and the vibrant landscapes of both coasts. And if you love fading Americana as much as I do, there are more than a handful of of prints capturing America as we were not so long ago.
I have much more of the United States yet to see and a great interest in capturing the essence of more of our beautiful cities and those varied American landscapes. I could say the same of much of our beautiful world, but where there are some faraway places I may never see, I have faith that the roads of America are still an adventure in the making for me!
My scenic United States art prints have been purchased by people on both sides of the Atlantic and as far away as Australia. You know you have done your job creating compelling images when the people familiar with those places and the ones from distant shores are equally captivated! So, thank you to patrons, past, present, and future for supporting my American dreams by decorating the places you love with my art!
Your interest in my artwork is most appreciated!
The art you decorate with is something that you will look at for years to come. This is true whether it is wall art for your home or a public space in your place of business. Paint colors may come and go, but the artwork often outlives the rest of your decor choices.
That is why I am more than happy to answer any of your questions. Whether you want to know more about a specific piece of art or have a more general question, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I love the opportunity to discuss the story behind my art as much as sharing helpful details.
I am also open to discussing any special requests you may have. Perhaps you have a special decorating challenge or need artwork tailored to fit a specific space? Or you have a special design opportunity to discuss?
Well, I have always enjoyed challenging projects, so just ask!
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Tybee Lighthouse at Dawn – Georgia Art Print
On my first morning on the Georgia Coast, I made a beeline for Tybee Lighthouse. I had seen the historic light the night before, so this was my first daylight view of the towering and historic light station. The soft … Read More
A Cave By The Sea – Northern California Coastal Art
This coastal cave print is from the beautiful seaside in Northern California. For years I didn’t know the exact location, but I was always sure that I could find it again if I had the chance to drive along the … Read More
Sun Studio – Memphis Art Print
Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, is simply one of those places that’s reached a sort of legendary or mythical status. For people who love music, especially music of the mid 20th century, seeing Sun Studio in person must surely be … Read More
City Lights – Manhattan Skyline from Brooklyn Art Print
I crossed over the beautiful and famous Brooklyn Bridge several times during my short stay in New York City, but the most memorable is probably the night my friends and I crossed over in the late afternoon to see the … Read More
Beautiful Boston Skyline – View From The Harbor Art Print
I spent a good deal of my first visit to Boston on or near the water. Judging by the number of boats I saw in general, I’m guessing that’s not too unusual. Perhaps the norm for a city founded on … Read More
Checkmate – King And Queen Towers – Atlanta Art
If you’re here, you’re probably hunting for a memorable print of the landmark King and Queen Towers in Sandy Springs, Georgia. This one was the end-result of a passion to capture something striking and different from the usual. During my … Read More
Gold Lights of Manhattan Skyline And Dusk Blue Skies Art Print
This incredibly memorable view of the Manhattan skyline is from the Top of the Rock – the viewing platform at the top of Rockefeller Center. This is where friends and I met on my second night in New York City … Read More
Fox Theater – Atlanta Peachtree Street Art
Pictured here is the beautiful and historic Fox Theater, a staple on Peachtree Street, the main artery through Atlanta. The Fabulous Fox was built in the late 1920’s in an era when movie theaters were still relatively new. Going to … Read More
The Big Chicken – Marietta – Atlanta Landmark Art Print
When I first developed an interest in art, I began a quest to capture local landmarks for my own art series. As I began seeking out Atlanta area landmarks there was absolutely zero question that The Big Chicken, pictured here, … Read More
Chicago Theatre Sign – Classic Marquee Art
The Chicago Theatre Sign hangs above a familiar 20th century story that played out across many American cities. It’s a tale of a grand old movie palace that flourished, floundered, and was then reborn. The Chicago Theatre opened in 1921 … Read More
Atlanta Skyscraper Art – Suntrust Plaza
During my years living in the area, one of my favorite Atlanta skyscrapers was Suntrust Plaza. This impressive landmark building is part of Peachtree Center. Completed in 1992, it’s the second tallest Atlanta skyscraper behind the Bank of America building … Read More
Patriotic Art – The Statue Of Liberty And The Flag
Granted, The Statue of Liberty alone qualifies as patriotic art, but I wanted this artwork to go a step further, and I think you would agree the result is bold and colorful!Â This print is based on my first in … Read More
Chattahoochee Dawn – North Georgia Landscape Art
From my experience living in North Georgia, there’s a certain magic to dawn on the Chattahoochee. I saw so many beautiful mornings at various spots along the river, but the one in this Georgia landscape print is extra special. I … Read More
Brooklyn Bridge – New York City Landmark
I think there are some old landmarks that we fall in love with as much for the idea as the physical architecture. Granted, the Brooklyn Bridge is a great piece of architecture. Everything I’ve read suggests that it was way … Read More
Friendship of Salem On Derby Wharf – Classic Sailboat Art Print
Before my my visit to historic Salem, Massachusetts, I had no idea they had a beautiful tall ship moored at Derby Wharf in the heart of the old town. I had never heard of the Friendship of Salem at all, … Read More
Alabama Theatre Marquee Blueprints – Vintage Art
There’s just something about the style of old signs like the Alabama Theatre Marquee that speak to some of us. Those old marquees hearken back to the golden age of American movie palaces. It was a time when those old … Read More
Foggy Morning – Harbor At Monterey Bay
My time in Monterey, California, the scene of this foggy morning artwork, was brief. But it’s one of those special places you encounter that you often think of years after the fact. I had a Monday business meeting there as … Read More
Vintage Birmingham Alabama – Historic Downtown
I may not ever find a time machine, but sometimes old photos like this one of vintage Birmingham Alabama are the next best thing to a TARDIS. There are elements of vintage photographs that are, of course, familiar, but there … Read More
Auburn Tradition – War Eagle Supper Club Art
It seems like every college town has its own special bar – a gathering spot like none-other to the people who go there. For decades, an Auburn tradition was the War Eagle Supper Club on South College Street. I’ve had … Read More
Fall Landscape At Historic Roswell Mill – Georgia Art
During most of my years in the Atlanta area, I lived near Roswell and the old walking trails around the historic Roswell Mill were among my favorite haunts. And you can probably tell from this print that when the fall … Read More