Fourth Author Portrait: Cormac McCarthy

Portrait of Cormac McCarthy7x5 watercolor, watercolor pencil Author of The Road, a dystopian novel of a father and young son attempting to survive a grueling trek through America after a global environmental disaster has reduced many humans to the basest and brutal...

Black Lives Matter: Justice for George Floyd

This is a 5×7 portrait in watercolor of a human being. His name is George Floyd. Since I was fifteen (now sixty-six years older) I’ve dedicated my entire creative life towards social justice. I haven’t always succeeded. Every portrait I’ve ever...

3rd Author Portrait: Margaret Atwood

  5 x 7 inches (12.7 cm x 17.78 cm) watercolor painting over graphite drawing I referenced Alasdair McLellan’s portrait photo and painted behind Atwood’s image a handmaid similar to those in the Hulu series. As I’m writing my memoir, I’m...

First Author Portrait: Neil Gaiman

5 x 7 inches (12.7 cm x 17.78 cm)graphite and ink wash drawing My wife and fellow artist Karen Warwick got me Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book for Christmas — AND the graphic novel adaptations by various superb artists about the child who grows into young...

2nd Author Portrait: Virginia Woolf

5 x 7 inches (12.7 cm x 17.78 cm)continuous line drawing in graphite pencil on paper The second book I read this year was Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway. It’s about a day in the life of several characters in post-World War I England, revolving around one woman’s...

Writing and Illustrating My Memoir in 2020

Greetings everyone, and I hope you’re all weathering COVID-19 well, all things considered. It’s been close to three months since I last posted here, but it hasn’t been for lack of productivity. Here’s a rundown of what I’ve been up to,...

Belle Foundation Grant

With gratitude I’m extremely pleased to announce that I’m the recipient of a 2019 Individual Grant from the Belle Foundation for Cultural Development. “You have been chosen for this award as an artist who is genuinely committed to his work, and as...

KRONOS is home

After a five-and-a-half exhibition at The Dal Expo, this past Monday, Karen and I brought home KRONOS. KRONOS is the interactive art installation envisioned by my wife and creative partner, Karen Warwick (warwickartandbooks.com), which we had jointly constructed over...