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I made this illustration of a small Sidewinder I'd kept in the 1970's.

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Anonymous Guest (IP: 104.236.22.48) 07 Jul 2015

I'm in awe. Seriously. Thank you for sharing this part of who you are. I've seen the aristt in your photos, but had no idea how talented you are in all these other areas. You are an aristt, friend.

Artist Reply: Many handshakes friend!

Angie Waszkiewicz 15 Jun 2015

Such an intense look.... beautiful illustration. How lucky to have known this creature personally!

Renata Cavanaugh 09 Nov 2014

Beautifully done!

John Cappello 25 Apr 2013

A Cascade of Color tumbles out in this so that the viewer feels so vividly with Characters that seem real and Passionate.

Artist Reply: Thanks John! Your reviews is always welcome!

Anonymous Guest (IP: 190.66.17.53) 25 Feb 2012

Beautiful art work by tteanled people displaying the ugly facts of war. The art work transcends the realities of war regardless of where you live, the color of your skin, sexual orientation etc, etc. I have come to realize, the average person on the street does not want war, it's the top political, decision makers, and policy makers that feel the need to bring war on the rest of us. This unfortunately, is the case.

Artist Reply: Yes I agree. In y case I learned as a child to respect animals including snakes and even today I see that most people hate snakes! But there is an explainable reason...even Chimpanzee is in fear of them so it's probably in our genes to avoid reptiles since they can hurt us!