If you’re interested in my art, please check out the galleries on this website. Everything you see is for sale as originals or as prints.
When asked to describe my artwork I use the term conceptual realism. It is conceptual because there is always an idea behind the image. It is realism because my style tends to be more realistic than not. This approach, both conceptual and real, naturally leads to tension. That tension is what a friend once referred to as a “Renaissance meets Dali” quality.
We’ve all heard the expression, “art for art’s sake.” Conceived in the 19th century, this has become the prevailing view of the role of art in society. This blog challenges that idea. Artists are great communicators. Why not use our communication skills for a purpose, especially in a world that needs so much help? We should shift our focus from art for art’s sake and start creating art that serves to improve the human condition. For me, this means creating art that helps orient us—humanity—in the direction of reason and progress. It Is Time for “Art for Our Sake.”
For more on this theme, please see my blog, It Is time for Art for Our Sake, below.
There are more artists on the planet today than at any other time. Just imagine if all these artists were saying one thing. They would
I met Bob Ziering when I was art directing a publication that used a lot of freelance conceptual illustrations. That was a long time ago
Quanta. For me, searching for a way to depict this phenomenon of our universe is like a quest for the holy grail. Scanning the internet for
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