Deja vu is an interesting phenomenon! While having lunch with my son, James, at Chuy’s on the corner of 17th and Broadway, the famed Music Row in Nashville, it dawned on me I had been here before. It had been forty years since I was last in this building. Back then, it was a drive-in restaurant where the musicians and
It was the 22 of November 1963 and I was sitting in our Air Force base theatre in Dreux, France watching the John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart movie, “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”. The movie ended, the house lights came on and the theatre manager took the stage to announce that President Kennedy had been shot. Everyone was stunned!
At an early age, my interest in drawing began and I illustrated; Cowboys, Indians & characters from the Sunday comics. It was in the sixth grade that a friend asked me if I had ever drawn a real person, I had not so I gave it a try. Some of the school tablets we used had western stars on
The past thirty years of traveling to Memphis for Elvis Week, I have made some wonderful friends that I cherish dearly. In 1981 the first fans I met were Marie D’Arc ( 1948-2011) and her New Jersey friends which forged a lasting and wonderful friendship. Marie was a very talented artist and teacher. During one of our Memphis trips, we
For the artist there are no boundaries but our own imagination. Artists have always used those things at hand to express visually that which could not be expressed verbally. With my art, I stride to create “Moments in Time”. I want to continue to grow by embracing all new avenues of creative possibilities. Over the past ten years, I have been working
I adore calendars. In 1990 while planning my upcoming annual art exhibit during Elvis Week, I decided to create a 1991 calendar. I had been producing the yearly limited edition Elvis Week T-shirt and thought a calendar would be something interesting to add to the show. It started with August 1990 and went through July of 1991. There were