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.