Pencil Illustration | Princess Jasmine! When you’re a sweet and lovable black lab living under a Palace in the heart of Palermo, why can’t you introduce yourself as Princess Jasmine? Published work from There’s A Crazy Dog Under the Palace!
Pencil Illustration | The Happy Prince Overcoming his fear or public speaking, Prince Antonino is surprised and happy over the crowd’s reaction to his speech! Published work from There’s A Crazy Dog Under the Palace!
Pencil Illustration | The Daughters of Minerva A work in progress, this book is a testament to the strength, power and love of Roman women to the Goddess! Unpublished work from The Daughters of Minerva.
Pencil Illustration | Tuccia the Vestal Accused of breaking her vow of chastity and facing death, the vestal Tuccia must prove her innocence to the citizens of Rome by walking through the streets carrying a sieve filled with water from the river Tiber. With the help of the Pontifex Maximus, she “miraculously” achieves her goal!…
Pencil Illustration | Tuccia (detail) Detailed drawing to accompany the poem of Tuccia in The Water of Life as she reflects upon her life and her decisions. Unpublished work from The Daughters of Minerva.
Pencil Illustration | Octavia Lady Octavia, seeks solace over the death of her son Marcellus while in the company of her brother Octavian (now called Augustus Caesar) and the poet-orator Virgil in To Scatter Radiant Flowers. Unpublished work from The Daughters of Minerva.
Pencil Illustration | Mythology Greek mythology has always helped fire my imagination since I was a boy … for where else but in these classic myths could you find such beguiling stories of love, tragedy, quest, metamorphosis, and triumph? The first collaboration for author-poet Malcolm Deeley and myself, this was a dream come true to…
Pencil Illustration | Icarus After a daring escape from imprisonment by King Minos of Crete, on wings fashioned by adhering feathers to wooden frames with wax, Icarus, lost in the ecstasy of flight, ignored his father’s warning and perished after flying too close to the sun!
Pencil Illustration | Polyphemos A man-eating cyclopes living on the ancient island of Sicily, Polyphemos met his match in Odysseus who plied him with wine before piercing his giant eye with a burning stake.
Pencil Illustration | Circe A goddess of sorcery, Circe lived with her nymph attendants on the mythical island of Aiaia. She was skilled in the magic of metamorphosis, the power of illusion, and the dark art of necromancy.