3D Reflections

Mostly Round Shapes


Enjoy the intricacies of shapes with color and light reflecting across the surface of an abstract three dimensional metallic structure.

See products here: Society 6, Redbubble, Pixels

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Shifting Waters

This chaotic confluence of falling water was photographed in a gorge along Mill Creek at Blue Hole Falls, near Elizabethton, Tennessee. You can purchase prints and other items in my shops at Pixels and Redbubble. I appreciate your patronage – thanks for stopping by!

Sample Product: Framed Print

Fog In The Valley

  • Style: Digital painting
  • Genre: Landscape
  • Software: Affinity Photo, Filter Forge
  • Shops: Pixels, ArtPal, ArtFlakes

Based on a photo of the Smoky Mountains from eastern Tennessee.

Colorful Tribal Motif

Gifts & Apparel


Enjoy this concentric, geometric design in a tribal style reminiscent to that of Native, Central and Southern American cultures…

Scenic Overlook

Morning In The Mountains

This morning photograph was taken in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee, at a scenic overlook along Oswald Road, while driving toward the Chilhowee Recreation Area – to hike to Benton Falls.

It would look great as a print in your home, office, business lobby, hospital or cafeteria setting! You can visit my gallery to see more.

Available print types to select include the following options: framed, canvas, art, metal, poster, wood, acrylic and tapestries.

Many other items available, also – check it out.

Listen To Music

It’s Friday and time for a flashback to enjoy some old school funk…

PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.

City Lake Reflections

Prints are available for your home or workplace! With the exception of two turtles resting on a deadhead log, this fisherman has the lake to himself. This is City Lake, located in Cookeville, Tennessee.

Watercolor Tie Dye

With Disc Golf Basket


Enjoy the great sport of disc golf and my digital watercolor tie dye design, together! You can discover some very cool products to purchase for yourself, or to give as a gift – here:

Potter’s Falls

Potter’s Falls is located in Morgan County on Crooked Fork Creek, a tributary to Emory River on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee.

Though parking is limited to a few spaces, it’s a rural setting and people probably park along the side of the road. I had the area to myself during my visit, but an abundance of spray-painted graffiti near the bridge, and a couple of rope swings, indicates its popularity. Potter’s Falls consists of two sets of waterfalls for visitors to enjoy.

Upper Potter’s Falls

Standing 18-feet tall and spanning the width of Crooked Fork Creek, Upper Potter’s Falls can be accessed within a short 100-foot walk from the parking area. The falls are beautiful, though graffiti is visible on both sides of the bridge. But, looking on the bright side, it appears that Bruce Loves Donna.

Lower Potter’s Falls

A short distance further downstream along an old forest road, hikers can access Lower Potter’s Falls. This is actually a set of two falls, standing 12-feet and 8-feet tall, respectively. It’s a scenic spot to enjoy the pristine beauty of nature, and to do so without distraction.

Prints & More

Each of these photographs are available as prints in my gallery. You can select from framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, wood, acrylic or tapestry. Also, framed prints may be customized.

Great to give as gifts, also – in the home, office, business lobby, hospital and/or cafeteria setting!

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Lower Potter’s Falls

Abstract Stained Glass

This colorful, chaotic design is based on a photograph of piano keys, repurposed using added texture, watercolor effects, adjustments to blend modes and layers. You can find many great gift and apparel items, here: Pixels, Society 6 and Redbubble. Thanks for shopping!

Colorful Chaotic Composite
Sample Product: Wall Tapestry

Black And White Trail

Prints are available for your home or workplace! This black and white photograph was taken at the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, in Tennessee, along the Nemo Bridge Trail to Alley Ford.