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Giraffes Petroglyph

A petroglyph is defined as “a carving or inscription on a rock that is created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving, or abrading, as a form of rock art.”  They are found world-wide, and are often associated with prehistoric peoples.  291 more words


Weekend Snapshots 40


UVA Men’s Soccer Game


Things are already getting busy with the start of the school year. We snuck in one last trip to Arlington while we still had the chance. 212 more words


Communication Arts 2016 Award ofExcellence

I recently received my  2016 Award of Excellence trophy for having four of my Monsterfish illustrations selected to be included in the  Communication Arts 2016 Illustration Annual. 49 more words


Communication Arts Illustration Annual 57

I was honored to have four of my illustrations that I created for the the National Geographic Museum’s  Monsterfish ” In Search of the Last River Giants” exhibit… 67 more words


Communication Arts Magazine Illustration Annual Winners

I was excited to receive the good news today that my entry of a series of four illustration I had created for the National Geographic Museum “Monsterfish” Exhibit in Washington D.C. 133 more words


The Amazing Power of a Brand: How the Yellow Border Transports Us Through Time

There are times when pictures are worth more than a thousand words…

My wife travels to Baltimore, MD at least once a month on business. Because I work for a virtual company ( 695 more words