This image is now available as prints from our web store. The original art is on temporary display at Ruth Eckard Hall in Clearwater, FL.
Aliens at the cradle of civilization is the theme of the time travel story by Steve White illustrated in this 27″ x 18″ oil painting published by Baen Books.
Small acrylic painting of a ship skirting a fog The suggestion of a black flag about to be raised at the transom suggests someone may be in for it.
In two days, an exhibit of imaginative art goes on sale in Denver. One of my two entries , “My Prince Hath Croaked”, is featured in this announcement. < http://abendgallery.com/html_shows/16-inner-visions/ >
Two watercolors painted on road trips. The first , “Axe Me” Is about 9″ x 7″ the other , “Saucy Wench” is 14″ x 10″.
A few more pages from “The Drawings and Sketches of Sea Rovers by Don Maitz” booklet. There are 80 images in all. I sign and draw a simple pencil sketch inside for 1 $12.00 . Visit <www.paravia.com/catalog > to order.
A 24 page booklet 8.5 “x 5.5” collecting 80 reproductions of my ink drawings and pencil sketches featuring sea rovers, buccaneers, gentlemen of fortune, and jolly companions is now available from the web store: <www.paravia.com/catalog> .
“Surprise” is an oil painting on linen 12″ x 36″ created as a private commission where the purchaser wanted me inspired by a scene from the movie, “Master and Commander: Far Side of the World”. I brought together a photo I took from a sunset sail in Key West and photos I had taken of the H.M.S. Rose under sail In Milford Harbor, CT. The H.M.S. Rose, a recreation vessel, was transformed into the H.M. S. Surprise for the film. Prints of this are available in our web store in the Maritme section.