Fabrics and Wallpaper available through 'Valley Forge/WeaveUp' USA, 'Materialized' -Australia, New Zealand the Pacific Islands and 'Koroseal International.'
Ask your 'Valley Forge', 'Koroseal', 'Materialized' representatives for designer discounts.
For flammability tests, wear tests, VFF and requirements for use in spaces with the appropriate usage (sheers/drapery, upholstery)- please go here: https://app.weaveup.com/basecloths
You can choose any design in the following fabrics per yard:
Luxury Sateen $20.99
Heavy Linen Texture $22.49
Faux Linen $24.99
Taffeta Slub $24.99
Satin Chenille $27.99
Plain Weave $28.99
Stretch Knit $28.99
Matt Chenille $29.99
Mini Herringbone $29.99
Sateen Blackout $31.99
Texture Blackout $32.49
Sparkle Chenille $34.99
'Koroseal' is proud to partner with 'Valley Forge Fabrics' to provide customized wall coverings to commercial designers. Their products are produced in the U.S.A..
'Materialized' -Australia, New Zealand the Pacific Islands. 'Materialised' is a textile leader in healthcare, hospitality, and education. They have supplied some of the finest projects across Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands.
You can design to exact color match, combined with over 10,000 designs customization through scale and repeat, will dramatically shorten sampling time for designers specifying custom wall coverings.
Customization Tool automates the color separation process of uploaded designs allowing for customization without the need for expensive software or extensive training. It gives designers control over color, pattern, and repeat on their choice of substrate with a few simple clicks.
Sixteen substrates are available for sampling and purchase.
For more information email me at :
Or Contact your 'Koroseal', 'Valley Forge' or 'Materialized' Rep.
To view my entire range of Decor Collections go here
My custom designed pillows are made of 100% grade A cotton or linen. They are the perfect complement to your sofa or bed. Many size dimensions are available! Hidden zipper enclosure; synthetic-filled insert included. Choose from 100% grade A woven cotton or linen. Fabrics are made from natural fibers, which may result in irregularities. Made in the USA. Machine washable.
This is a very small selection of works created through the 90's on to 2005.
For many of my early artistic years, I supported myself creating portraits for people, whether it was of a friend, relative, favorite poet or artist.
The Striped Series was created for the Lobby and Halls of Chic Simple Publishers in NYC.
My Red and Orange Pixilated works were prototypes for Hampton Inn Hotels. 'Cascading' is now the Spec for over the bed decorative art in all new renovated guest rooms.
In addition, for many years I painted Murals for Commerical, Hospitality, Residential and Museum Spaces.
Other works, were inspired by my feelings at the time.
Laura Palmer. Purchased into the Estate of Sheryl Lee.
Strawberry on a Spoon, 1998. Sold.
John Denver, Commission. Sold to President of The National Fan Committee
Wet Peaches, 1999. Sold.
Purchased by Dreama Denver. Denver Memorial Museum Collection.
Self Portrait 54 x 54" Oil. Artist Personal Collection.
Dylan, Oil. Commission
Orange Connections. 2008. Available.
Stretching, Sold. Maharishi Center, Dania, Florida.
Dancing Ganesh, Artist Collection.
Cascading, Oil & Oil Pastel, 2001. Available.
Elements, 2007. Available.
Bowie, 2007. 40 x 60". Mixed Medium. Juul Family Collection.
Dali, Oil. 2005. Sold.
Robert Smith, 2000. Sold.
George Harrison in technicolor, 2005. Sold.
Philip Glass. 2002.
Mick. 2000. Sold
Kurt Cobain. Sold.
Picasso, 2001. Sold.
George in Blue. 2001. Sold.
Peter Murphy, 1999. Sold.
Johnny Cash, 1999. Sold.
Derrida, 1999. Commission, University of Texas.
Christopher Lee as Dracula. 2002. Sold.
Morrissey, 2006. Sold.
Gomez Addams, 2003. Sold.
Strawberries on a spoon. 1998. Sold.
21st Century Medusa, 1994. Sold.
Fire Dancer, 1993. Sold.
Pleasures, Collage. 2001. Sold.
Hollyhock. 2001. Sold.
Mangoes, 1999. Sold.
Pink Orchid, 2007. Donated, Equality Florida.
Cherry Blossoms, Oil. 1999. Sold.
Lords & Ladies, Oil. 1999. Sold.
Leaning Orchid. 1999. Oil. Sold
Calla Lilly, 2001. Sold.
Crystal Jar, Oil. 1994. Artist Collection.
Moon Child, close.
Moon Child, Oil. 1994. Available.
Calder Room, Oil. 1999. Sold.
Raging Red Chrysanthemums, 1999. Available.
Russian Dancer, 1994. Oil. Sold.
Green Pear, 2000. Sold.
Commissioned Pet Portraits
Kurt Cobain Commission.
Jerry Garcia Commission.
David Bowie Commission
Johnny Rotten Commission
Frank, Blue Velvet. Commission.
Agent Cooper Commission
Audrey, Twin Peaks. Commission
Muir. Commission, University of Texas.
Thoreau, Commission. University of Texas.
Julie Christie, Commission
Leonard Nimoy as Spock. Commission.
Louise Brooks in Color. Sanders Family Collection.
Agent Scully. Donated SPCA Auction.
Carmen Miranda, Commission.
Robert Smith. Commission.
Chinese Communist Woman, 2005. Sold.
Momma's Food Shop, NYC. Commission.
Dylan, 2003. Sold.
Grandpa Munster. Halloween Collection. Sold.
Bella, Halloween Collection. Sold.
Lousie Brooks, Commission.
Uncle Fester, Halloween Collection. Sold.
Alex, Clockwork Orange. Commission.
Gene Wilder, Willy Wonka. Commission.
Dr. Strangelove. Commission.
David Lynch, Sold.
Audrey 2, Commission.
Lurch, Halloween Collection. Sold.
Wall Mural. Mid 1990's.
Nanta's Pond, Mural.
Dock Mural, Dunedin Historical Museum. 2005.
Tibetan Sunset, 1997. Sold
Lobby, Chic Simple Publishers.
Spring Beat 1997, Sold.
Lobby, Chic Simple Publishers.
Indigo Stripes, 1996. Sold
Hall Chic Simple Publishers.
Swirling Reflections, Oil. 2006. Sold.
Spot On Wave, Oil. 2006. Sold.
Building Light Reflections, 2006. Sold.
Lake Reflections 1, 2005. Sold.
Spring Wave, 2008. Sold.
River Rapids, Sold.
Cold Water, 2011. Sold.
Coral Waves, 2008. Sold.
Rain on A Lake at Night. 2009. Leon Family Personal Collection.
Various Pet Portraits Commissions over the years
Early water paintings. 1990's. Sold.
Beauty, 1995. Oil on Linen. Available.
Ode to Wyeth, Oil. 1994. Artist collection.
CREATE: An Art Wall and Collection
How to build an Art Wall and Collection
Start with a GREAT piece that speaks to you.
The perfect item to build on is an original painting. Some ideas are here. Other of my works in paper print or wrapped canvas can be purchased through McGaw Graphics here.
Art.com offers a thorough selection of my works in print and giclee, canvas or paper. Sizing and framing options are also available here.
Time to put together the perfect Art Wall:
Go bold with one stand out piece, or build a collection.
First and foremost, buy art that you love. How it will retain value, or appreciate in value, should come second.
If you are unsure how to hang properly so your room doesn’t look ‘hodgepodge’, fret no more -- I am here to help.
What you will need:
nails with anchors
Measure what you have, or write down the measurements on what you have selected that will soon arrive.
Go to the craft store and buy rolls of paper, or brown shipping paper, and blue painters tape. If you have a Michael's nearby, coupons are readily available online.
As for framing, some people are sticklers for matching frames, but I am not. As long as a collection works well together -- either in style or color -- it will look fabulous.
Honestly, I believe mixing frames is more creative, and will look less like you bought the collection from a box store and just hung them up.
Again, you don’t necessarily need all your pictures to be in the exact same frames, but you do want to select carefully and make sure everything flows together well, and doesn’t look cluttered.
To start: Cut pieces of paper the size of your frames and tape them on the wall, or on the open floor in the room. See how everything fits before you bust out the hammer, and put a bunch of nail holes in your wall. It is an easy repair, but a hassle none the less.
Don’t just use a level
Levels are handy for keeping everything level. But the lines in your house aren’t always level! The people who build your house might not have been as big of perfectionists as you are. So, pay attention to ceiling lines. Measure from the ceiling. Or, measure from the floor up if you do not have a ladder. Step back and make sure everything looks right. Don’t just go off a level.
Cut strips for spacing
Rather than measuring the space between each individual picture, cut some strips to the correct size and use them as spacers. No need measure, mark and remeasure.
Once you find a pattern that works, then time to hammer in nails with anchor for support, and hang.
I have included some basic patterns for reference.