Art exhibit at the Upper St. Clair gallery wall. May through June of 2023. Sold the "Godfather" drawing. 
Ansys Advantage magazine final issue of 2022
Very much a work in progress ….South Beach in Vero Beach, Florida. 
48” X 36” Acrylic on canvas. 
Advantage magazine issue 2, 2022
North Hills Art League Fall Exhibit 2022
Advantage magazine issue 4, 2021.
First place in North Hills Art League "Art for Animals" show this summer. Its actually titled "The Safari Tree" but at least they spelled my name right. 
3 landscape acrylic paintings for entry into "Inspired by Nature" spring art show at the North HIlls Art Center. 
Show dates: April 17th through May 14th.
Just completed Carnegie Mellon University, Materials, Science and Engineering Newsletter, Spring 2021 issue
Issue 1 of 2021 for Ansys Advantage magazine, 52 pages online and print editions

This year I decided to design a web site for a Saturday Golf Leaque I am a part of. It's a way for members to follow their weekly scores and keep up with any news throughout the year. You can view it using this link:

A nearly finished painting I started at the beginning of this year. Its been a trip. I took this photo while on the beach in Vero Florida one early evening while a rain cloud was gathering over the ocean... hence i've titled it "The Gathering Sky", acrylic paint on canvas, 48" x 36". 

Two painting hanging at the North Hills Art Center annual fall exhibit.

Landscape painting of the early morning view from tee box on first hole at South Park Golf Course now hanging permanently in the clubhouse.
Poster Illustration using Adobe illustrator to promote Montour Trails Annual Bike ride. 
Work in progress, "Shawnee Valley",  Acrylic on illustration board
12 page newsletter for Materials Science and Engineering department at Carnegie Mellon University
Logo design for "Once Upon a Book Box" startup company.
One of my more recent print design projects, 60 page ANSYS Advantage magazine. 
On Thursday, October 25th I met with the 6th grade creative writing students at Mellon Middle school in Mt. Lebanon to talk to them about my profession and then have them read the poems they wrote about my paintings which were on exhibit at the library across the street from their school. I’ll admit the real stars were the kids. Incredible experience I won’t soon forget.
For the entire month of November 2018 I had the honor of exhibiting about 14 pieces of my paintings at The Mt. Lebanon Library gallery.
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