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HUGE Inc justed moved to Atlanta. I was asked to create something a little bit southern on a 3D text form their logo. I created an ‘H’ full of slang.

Book Cover Illustration

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“…needs a few more chickens” I guess I overlooked the fact that I will have a painting on a book cover about to be published because it is my grandma, Murriel Meadows, book.  She has been writing it for the last 20 years, and it is about her Dad & Grandad and the travel to [...]

Baby Lamb Commission

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Just finished this commissioned piece and wanted to share with you the entire process. If you are interested in a commission, please visit the commission page for information. Your Commission Page This will be the password protected (only yall can see it) page where I will update and where you can post comments and suggestions. [...]

COMMISSION: On the Tracks

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On every commissioned painting, I have a secret page on the site for you to see the updates… in turn, you can see the process I went through with the clients to come up with a perfect painting and, in this case, a wedding gift from the husband to the bride.  Awesome. See below… This [...]

Commission: Her Name is Corn

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Sam, This is where you can see your updates of the work in progress.  I am working on a 20″ x 24″ (I upsized it for you – if you would rather have  it smaller that can work).  I will also build a wood frame around the piece once finished.  I still havent received first [...]

Commission: On the Tracks

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DW, This is your page for the commission piece.  Please feel free to comment on anything as I start posting images and progress.  Thanks again. DW Commission: 18″ x 24″ x 2.5″ canvas/ gallery wrap. August 8th, 2009 I started working on it in the woods of Helen, but became very sick and had to [...]

Project Alabama Collection

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Project Alabama stands by the belief that art knows no boundaries. Breaking free of canvas, we design t-shirts using quilting and handcrafting techniques that stem from our Alabama roots. The Ts are meant to be a reflection of our customer’s individuality— they are intricate yet simple garments for the woman who values self-expression.