Meeting Up With Philadelphia Flyers’ Claude Giroux

Posted by on Apr 30, 2012 in Blog, Career Highlights | No Comments

Every year for the past three years now I have donated a piece of art to The Salt Shaker Foundation’s annual fundraiser. As part of Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong foundation, Salt Shaker helps to raise money throughout the year for cancer research. This year marked the 7th year of the event which was held this past Saturday […]

"Above the Fold" in the Courier Post

Posted by on Mar 8, 2012 in Blog, News / Media | No Comments

This past Tuesday I was featured on the front page of the Courier Post Newspaper in a story titled “Brushing up on Baseball” which as you can guess is an article about the art of baseball. For those of you not from the area, the Courier is a South Jersey based newspaper serving the Philadelphia […]

Howe Exciting!

Posted by on Mar 5, 2012 in Blog, Career Highlights | No Comments

On March 6, 2012 the Philadelphia the Flyers will be retiring former Flyer defenseman Mark Howe’s number 2 prior to the game against the Detroit Red Wings. This is something the Flyers have not done since 1990 and Mark will also be the first player to receive such an honor who was not a member of the […]

Heart of the Flyers: Claude Giroux

Posted by on Jan 9, 2012 in Blog, Recent Work | 3 Comments

For anyone who knows the Philadelphia Flyers or NHL hockey in general, I don’t think I need to go into a lot of detail as to why I picked Claude Giroux as my latest subject. In each of his first three seasons he has shown flashes of greatness as he has grown into a seasoned […]

"The Old Ballgame!" Going To Bat In My First Art Show

Posted by on Jan 7, 2012 in Blog, Career Highlights, News / Media | No Comments

Back in early September I was contacted out of the blue by The Carol Schwartz Gallery in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. They informed me of a Baseball themed art exhibit they were going to be having throughout the month of October called “The Old Ballgame!” just in time for what we hoped would be another exciting […]

My Interview With Flyers Faithful

Posted by on Oct 29, 2011 in Blog, News / Media | No Comments

I was recently contacted through Twitter by, a great fan site dedicated to the Philadelphia Flyers. After seeing my work and reading a little about my experiences and history with the Flyers, they asked me to grant an interview for their site.  Although I am not one who enjoys talking about myself, I am […]

The Ryan Express – Texas Rangers’ Nolan Ryan

Posted by on Aug 20, 2011 in Blog, Recent Work | No Comments

Just finished my latest painting of Texas Rangers Hall of Fame Pitcher Nolan Ryan “The Ryan Express”. Some of you who know me or my work know that I am an artist living in the Philadelphia area and although I do branch out into other cities & teams like the Pittsburgh Steelers, my work does […]

My Latest Painting:
Philadelphia Eagles’ DeSean Jackson

Posted by on May 20, 2011 in Blog, Recent Work | No Comments

I just finished my latest painting of Philadelphia Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson. Why DeSean? Well, living in the Philadelphia area I have not only felt it was necessary to do an image of a current Eagle but I have had a lot of requests to do one. After all, to date the only Eagle painting […]

Hey Doll! Helping "Linda From Mayfair"

Posted by on May 10, 2011 in Blog, Memoirs | No Comments

On May 9th 2011 Glen Macnow, Anthony Gargano and the rest of the generous folks at 94WIP (Formerly 610WIP) along with Chickie & Pete’s held a fundraising even for a regular caller known as “Linda from Mayfair” who is battling breast cancer. The event was held at the Chickie and Pete’s location on Roosevelt Blvd. […]