Prep for ArtExpo in New York

Posted on | April 12, 2015 | No Comments

The Studio is in full screech mode as we work to finish projects and pack for the ArtExpo at Pier 94 in New York City. The Show runs from April 23 – April 26. We are in the SOLO show for individual artists in Booth S212. If you’re going to be in or near NY come see my new metal work in person.


Max, the wonder puggle, is in charge of packaging when he isn’t sleeping on the bubble bags.


Jen working on cutting the cooper hangers for the copper bars at the top of some pieces.









Mono-prints on metal collection now available

Posted on | April 9, 2015 | No Comments

wizard3I’ve just posted the collection of mono-prints on metal that I told you about in the last post. I ended up with 23 images instead of the 15 I though I had. I guess I kept making them and making them. They are rather addictive.

To the left is my favorite – The Wizard!

You can see all of them in my new shopify store which I’m just setting up at

They are under One-of-a-Kind and then Mono-prints on Metal from the navigation bar.

Fossil Record Monoprint

Posted on | March 25, 2015 | No Comments

This is a fractal art monoprint transfer to copper. It is displayed between two 12 x 12″ squares of plexiglass offset with copper spacers. There are 15 of them in the collection which will be posted soon.Fossil Record

Detail shots of side and back are below:

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Etsy Store – Metal & Memories

Posted on | December 23, 2014 | No Comments

I’ve put my copper books (see the earlier post) and some nostalgic photoart prints (not my abstract stuff) in a new store called Metal and Memories on Etsy.  Use the link or search for withDigitalEyes – our studio name.

Below are two of the photoart prints only available on Etsy.


Haying the old fashion way – a restored and colorized photo from the family’s album.


Necessary Equipment – a photo of the “junk” that my father-in-law had accumulated in his barn.

Happy Holidays Everyone

Posted on | December 23, 2014 | No Comments

Happy Holidays Everyone

Happy Holidays Everyone

New Batch of Copper Books have Arrived

Posted on | September 29, 2014 | No Comments

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A new batch of copper books are waiting to be sealed. There is a new title front and center.

siblingsA Lesson for Siblings: Growing apart doesn’t change the fact that for a long time we grew side by sides, our roots will always be tangled.

Rainy Day in Maine

Posted on | July 28, 2014 | No Comments

It’s a rainy day in Maine and the studio is in full swing. I think I need more flat surfaces!


New Metal Series

Posted on | July 3, 2014 | No Comments


Just wanted to share a new piece. zen

It is a digital art piece transferred onto a metal sheet and covered with resin. It can be any size but this one is 30 x 30 on aluminum.



5 Don’ts for sizing images

Posted on | June 5, 2014 | No Comments

I’m continually surprised by artists who post full size images at 300+ dpi (dots per inch) on the web! It is just asking to be stolen.

  • First – A computer monitor can only show 72 dpi so there is no reason to post an image that is 300 dpi on the web.
  • Second – I don’t even print at 300 dpi – most of my printing is at 150 and that is the file size I use to create. (DPI is a printing term | PPI is a computer image term.)
  • Third – Putting a 12″ by 30″ picture on the web at 300 dpi and pulling the corners in to make it smaller, doesn’t reduce the image contents at  all.
  • Fourth – Don’t put an image over 500 ppi (pixels per inch) except under special circumstances. Zoom in a give detail soptionshots of the image.
  • Fifth – When saving as a JPG, don’t use a high quality setting. Get it as low as you can without loosing image quality. The higher the quality the more information is in the file and the easier it is to be copied and reprinted.

Resolution examples:


Difference the resolution size makes for the actual image size on the screen. The quality of the image however hasn’t dropped.

(I’ve cut into the picture more, but it is all still there.)


New product – Patina Paintings

Posted on | June 2, 2014 | No Comments

Copper foil that has been randomly sprayed with patinas ispatinapainting
left outside in the weather to cure and develop fantastic
colors and shapes.
They are displayed in a curved 8.5 x 11 acrylic holder ready to set on a desk or shelf.
No two will be alike – the resulting designs will be totally random.
keep looking »