This brochure was designed nearly four decades ago. This is the inside portion of the three-panel piece. I conceptualized the visual concept and theme. This was long before the arrival of desktop publishing. I also did a watercolor of the senior pastor Charles Crabtree.
Magazine ad layout for famous artist Thomas Kinkade.
This is a singles retreat binder cover insert design.
This project included the Orphan Compassion logo design displayed on this annoucement cover, as well as a full complement of collateral designs.
This magnetic truck sign is one piece in the Collateral design project.
Church logo design. A website design was also part of the project.
This law firm logo was contracted for a school friend from High School days.
The logo conceptualizes my three-part focus: Graphic Design, Photography, and Writing.
Several logo designs were part of this project.
This design required a superimposing an existing logo onto the surface of a Christmas ornament.
This logo design was the integral element to the full collateral design for my son and his best friend’s start-up hand car wash venture. It included signs, banners, business cards, fliers, etc.
This is a business card design I did for my singles pastor.
I did this design for a pastor’s spouse from the a church I attended.
In 1975 I painted this watercolor of my son, using a print from a portrait taken at a local portrait studio.
In 1961 I painted this oil of Mount Shuksan. I used a small photo in a magazine as my source. I had recently discovered that I could reproduce a subject quite accurately. It was then that I moved from paint-by-number to painting my own scenes. This was in color.
Point Lobos offers so many incredible and varied scenes, including this pathway vignette.
This Pacific Grove scene displays the diverse colors that comprise my artsy interpretation of the original shot.