The images in the gallery above link to posts which have 2017 calendars available for download. Please feel free to grab any or all of them at your convenience. Just click on any of the images to go directly to the post containing that particular calendar.
Another influence for my postcards is the work of Ed Ruscha. His highly graphic designs using bright colors, sweeping lines and text has always appealed to me. In particular his use of text to overlay graphics and photorealistic images is very interesting.
These postcards are not copies of an existing style and do not emulate the work of any artist. They are inspired by commercial art, advertising and fine art but the synthesis of ideas for the works is down to me. All the postcards will derive from photographic images modified to get the look and feel I’m after. For instance they will have linen like texture as seen in old postcards and reduced color palettes which will limit detail. All will combine text and images.
The individual postcards will be released as free calendars as they are created. Once completed they will be available for sale as a printed set of postcards. As you might imagine a considerable amount of time and effort is required to produce this work.
Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for the New Year
This is a gentle landscape to remember summers past. Many Texans consider the Central Texas Hill Country to be the most beautiful part of the state. Of course just as many will argue that some other region is equally beautiful and to be honest they are probably right. The state is as large as many countries with beauty to be found in every region.