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Pink Girly Animation for my sister

I made this for my sister.  We just learned that she is pregnant with a little girl, so I wanted to make her something in pink.
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This game above is simple, and shouldn’t need instructions, but you can use the photo below for clues.

april showers bringing may flowers

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Screenprint Workshop At the Baker-Hunt Art and Cultural Center

Do you want to learn how to screen print? Let me show you how!

ken screen printing in his studio

I’m giving a 2-day workshop at The Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center next month, April 16 &23 for $70 (materials included for printing on paper…bring your own T-shirts, bags, etc)

Spaces are limited (so I can give you personalized attention and walk you through the process) so sign up before the class fills up!

You can register online by following this link:

or call:

see you soon!


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New Richmond,Ohio: River Town – Original Charcoal Drawing

The other day, I was in New Richmond, Ohio, and while sitting beside the river, I did a little bit of sketching of the marina, and the houses facing the river. It’s such a charming little village and scene, when I got home, I used my sketch for this relatively large (for me) original charcoal drawing.  I love the river, and New Richmond is one of those great little places to watch the river roll by.
charcoal drawing of the riverfront in new richmond ohio

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The Roebling Bridge

Frank Simkonis made a beautiful video about the Roebling Bridge for KET’s show “Kentucky Life”.  I am honored to have a small ‘cameo’ appearance in his piece.  You can see the video here:

My finished painting – you can click the image for more information.

oil painting of the Roebling Bridge from Covington, KY


Bravo! Frank, for a great video, and thanks so much for letting me be a part of it!


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The Great Escape – Charcoal Drawing

Ever since my trip to Mexico, I have had a new appreciation for charcoal drawing. It was inspiring to see how beautifully you can express yourself as an artist-using very basic materials. The biggest limitations are your imagination.

Sometimes sheep are used to represent people who don’t think for themselves, but follow the group. I love the symbolism of the rogue sheep, jumping the fence to explore the rest of the farm.


charcoal drawing of sheep jumping over fence