Crux, oil on wood, 2013
Secretum, Oil on wood
Here is the finished floor design for the ‘Sky Bridge’ at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Az.
Photograph by Bill Timmerman
Medium: Recycled Glass, Abalone Shell, Natural Granite, and Waterjet Cut Aluminum.
Size: 500’ x 40’
Open to the public January of 2013
Here is the process of laying down each strip of metal for the Sky Bridge. This goes on for 500 feet. The workers are from Advanced Terrazzo. They were there everyday on their hands and knees working on the project. I wanted to give them the respect they deserve… you guys are amazing.
Wanted to share this architectural drawing detail of a project (Sky Bridge) I just completed for Sky Harbor Airport and the Arizona Light Rail. The cost of the project was close to a million dollars. It is the largest project I have ever worked on. The artwork is 500feetx40feet. I started work on it in 2008. I’ll be sharing pictures of the process and the completed piece in the next few days.
I was invited by Master Printer Andrew Polk to produce a limited edition stone lithograph for the University of Arizona Art Department. It was an amazing experience. The process of stone lithography has been around since the 1700’s. If your interested in one go here http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dmd/soul-of-science-art-book
“Self-Aware System” in process. Part of my book project on KickStarter.
A new piece from my Kickstarter project.
I created a KICKSTARTER page for a new book I want to self-publish. The book, “Soul of Science” will have 40 never before seen images based on the mystery of science, nature, anatomy, consciousness, and the power of symbols. The only way I can produce the book is with your help so if you would like to make a pledge please visit http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dmd/soul-of-science-art-book and you will receive a book for your pledge. Thank you for your friendship and support over the years.
The Ninth Hour, Oil on wood
Divine Messenger, Oil on wood
Album artwork I created for Good Charlotte’s last release “Cardiology”.
A theme that frequently inspires my work is the concept of dying for something you strongly believe in. The Truth Enlightens, Oil on wood
Eternal Life, Oil on wood
Mysteria Dolorum, Graphite on paper