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Welltower 5 Progress

Thought I’d let you know, this is the current state of my Welltower science fiction series. After finishing Book Five last year, I got great feedback that helped me re-think it. I’ve Read More …

Passion and Defining Yourself

In my own search for purpose, I found these. They inspired me and made me think. I hope they do the same for you. I included references and my notes Read More …

New Painting and Process Shots: Man of Sorrows

This is my most recent painting, oil on board, 16×20″. It is based on the theme that even the son of God could feel pain. All the suffering he experienced Read More …

New Prints Available

By request, I uploaded some paintings and digital works to my print provider so that you can make them available in your home and workplace. President Hinckley and the Washington, Read More …

Snowball Surprise

Adobe Illustrator, 1999 Prints available From the Sno’folks line of greeting cards. Available as prints in a variety of sizes, media, and framing options.

New Print Available: Change of Heart

You can now order prints of my painting “Change of Heart” through my online store. The painting, part of a series of works commissioned for a Christian rock band, depicts Read More …

New Painting: Facing Apollyon

“Facing Apollyon”, my latest painting, is now on my website. This painting is a parable about our lives today, showing our world engulfed in the darkness and fires of confusion and Read More …

Sharing Your Wonderful Life

Sharing images from the classic movie It’s a Wonderful Life. Not a great financial success when released in 1946, it still changed many lives for the better, including mine. The Read More …

The Merciful Will Obtain Mercy

At their request, this article was published on the Annapolis Maryland Stake Facebook page on 15 December 2017 in response to the #LightTheWorld campaign. There are times when I am Read More …

The Best Kind of Human

A good friend of mine recently complimented someone, calling that person “the best kind of human“. While I appreciated the generosity of her statement and what it said about the author’s Read More …