MIAD Student Alumni Sale

I will again have work available at the annual student and alumni sale at MIAD.

Thousands of edgy and elegant works by MIAD students and alumni, priced for beginning to experienced collectors. Proceeds benefit participating artists and designers.

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
273 E. Erie St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202

MIAD’s Fourth Floor
Preview Party, Thursday, December 4, 6 – 9 p.m., $20
Friday, December 5, 5 – 9 p.m., Free
Saturday, December 6, 12 – 5 p.m., Free


Yes, I do commissions.  If you are interested in having your favorite picture or scene captured as one of my paintings please contact me. Perhaps you are interested in a landscape but are just not seeing the colors you want in my inventory.  Or you would like a portrait done of a friend or family member.  Below is some simple pricing, but all prices are negotiable based on your specific needs.   All commissions require a 50% deposit of the agreed upon final fee.  This deposit is non refundable.  However I will work on sketches and concepts until you are fully satisfied.   I will email you progress photos every step of the way.  Balance is due when the piece is completed to your liking.  Please note that pricing does not include frame.  I would be happy to help you select a frame that works for your piece!

Watercolor, Pastel,or Graphite on paper:

5″ x 7″   $100

7″ x 11″  $200

11″ x 14″  $300

16″ x 20″ $500

18″ x 24″ $600


Oil or Acrylic on canvas or panel:

5″ x 7″   $200

7″ x 11″   $300

11″ x 14″  $500

16″ x  20″ $650

18″ x 24″  $800


Mini Paintings

These are a few of the many mini paintings I have been working on over the past few months.  I love the quick changes of color I can make on a smallscale.  Usually I keep a stack of small panels next to my easel.  When I have leftover paint on my palette from another painting I am working on, I apply some of it to one of my small panels.  As these colors build up I start making more thoughtful decisions about which panels need which colors.  It is not long before an idea of final touches emerges.  Many of the mini paintings become color models for larger works.  However I do not think of them as merely studies.  I enjoy them as small works for themselves.