You may want to visit
my Hall of Fame
to see some of my past projects. If you want to commission me for
a school logo, custom clip art, T shirt design or other special project,
do not hesitate to contact me.
for deserving walls around
the world. The walls range from schools to a burn center, orphanages
to community centers, in Albania, Belgium, Costa Rica, Ecuador &
the Galapagos Islands, Estonia, France, Haiti, Mexico, Namibia, Nicaragua,
Paraguay, Peru, Romania, South Africa, Swaziland and the United States.
free to contact me if you would like to commission a project.
of over twenty Columbus cartoonists featured in the Cartoon Carnival,
a tribute to James
Thurber, sponsored by the Thurber House Museum and Wild Goose gallery.
websites have generated a lot of unexpected surprises. Check out my
Hall of Fame
to see what's been going on from Paris to the Galapagos Islands and
Stratford on Avon to Papua New Guinea.
Darwin Foundation on the Galapagos Islands.
One visit was not enough. I returned to the Galapagos
to volunteer as an artist in the Education Department of CDF. Not
only did I paint three murals
on the islands, I drew illustrations for CDF publications.
subjects ranging from Ancient China to the use of Folk Tales in the
classroom in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai. The presentations include
my original lesson for "Oracle
Eggs" instead of using bones.
Who Among American Universities and Colleges
up with the people from Mr.Donn.org and SocialStudies.com, PowerPoint
presentations on the Ancient Civilizations of the Mayas, Inca, Aztecs,
Rome, Greece, Egypt, China, Indus and Early Man feature my cartooning
to capture the imagination of young historians.
again, teaming up with Mr. Donn.org, this website compiles PowerPoint
presentations throughout the web to make life easier for teachers
and students alike. And, my artwork makes it even more entertaining.
for teachers and students alike. It has the same "kid-friendly"
cartoons that can be seen throughout this site.
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Online professor of "Art for the Non-Art Teacher". This
course is for all teachers and is designed to enhance art education
at a time when the arts are threatened by the standardization of education
and at risk of being cut from the core curriculum. The course will
emphasize hands-on experience integrating the Elements of Art (line,
shape, texture, value, color and space), followed by the Principles
of Art (harmony, variety, contrast, balance, movement, and dominance),
and Artistic Styles (realism, impressionism, pointillism, and surrealism)
and strategies supportive of art integration as part of cross-curriculum