Watercolor on 12″ x 16″ 140 lb. paper
Watercolor of Ezekiel Elliott’s second of four touchdowns in the National Championship Game, January 12, 2015. Ohio State 42 – Oregon 20.
16″ x 12″ watercolor on 140 lb. paper of Butchart Gardens. An incredible place. If you haven’t been there, you need to go.
10 x 12 Watercolor of a Black Lab
8 x 9 Watercolor of Crocus
20″ x 30″ Charcoal of a flying eagle
This gallery contains 21 photos.
Charcoal Portrait of Olympic Champion
James Cleveland “Jesse” Owens (September 12, 1913 – March 31, 1980)
American track and field athlete.
He won 4 gold metals in 100 meter, 200 meter, long jump and 4 x 100 meter relay race at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany.
He attended The Ohio State University in the mid 1930’s and, of course, participated in track and field. His best day there came at a track meet in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on May 25th, 1935, where he set 3 worlds records and tied another in the span of 45 minutes.
Our grandson must have found his way onto the track at Indy.
Charcoal Portrait of Brutus Buckeye
Charcoal portrait of the maskot of The Ohio State Buckeyes. It must be football season.
Charcoal Portrait of Woody Hayes
Wayne Woodrow “Woody” Hayes
Born: February 14, 1913 Died: March 12, 1987
Head football coach at The Ohio State University from 1951-1978, compiling a record of 205-61-10. This includes 3 National Championships and 13 Big Ten Conference Titles.
Some of my fondest memories of Woody are from the show they would have on TV the night after the game. He would bring some of the players with him and would talk about some of the plays as they would show them. He would ask the players questions and then he would answer his own questions for them. All the players would have to do is say, “Yes Sir Coach”. It was so Woody. He just couldn’t stop talking.