This man happens to be one of my favorite artists. He does a lot of surreal and fantasy art that is just amazing. Whether it’s a painting with someone ripping through the canvas or seeing some of my favorite Disney characters outside of their regular world, I am always amazed at his artistic talent. I hope you will be too.
I am starting you on the Index page, which is where you will see a listing of the paintings. This is a great way to explore Jim’s art through the names that strike your fancy. On the side in this section, you’ll see a little menu under Links. There you can go see Jim’s studio, check out the celebrities who like his work (including another favorite artist of mine, Christian Riese Lassen), send Jim an e-mail and more.
Want to learn more about Jim? Then check out the About the Artist section where you can get a detailed biography and a timeline of events from his life thus far.
Fine Art Catalog, Portraits and Illustrations give you the opportunity to view his art by type, rather than on the Index listing. They also allow you to have the opportunity to browse by thumbnail, rather than a text link. As far as I can tell, they are nowhere near as complete as checking out Index list though.
Fine Art is the largest of the three sections containing most of Jim’s art. Click the picture to get to the gallery.
Portraits is a section of portraits that were commissioned by people for Jim to paint. Click the picture to get to the gallery.
Illustrations is a gallery of images that Jim painted to illustrate book covers, CD covers, movie posters, etc. Click Enter to get to the gallery.
I had the great opportunity to see his artwork in person at the Wyland gallery in Florida. It was something that I treasure to this day. Some of my favorite paintings are:
Mother Nature in the New Millennium
Beauty of the Fury
Let me tell you, it was hard to decide which my favorites here were. I would also recommend that you don’t let your children browse this site without your supervision, as there is some artistic nudity. Enjoy!