Do you accept commissions?
Why don't you paint more horses?
Oils or airbrush?
Where do you advertise your models for sale?
What is a test piece?
Do you accept time payments and/or trades?
How do you sign your models?
Do you have a newsletter and/or a blog?
As for the blog... I rarely find time to write, so the posts are VERY few and far between. You can find it here.
Do you do collaborative work?
Very emphatically: NO. There is exactly one existing exception (a Trad Catalina resin resculpted by Debbi LerMond) to my "no collaborations" rule, but that is definitely the only one. I simply do not want to put my name on something unless I have total control of the final result - as you might guess I'm a very perfectionistic Type A personality.
I sometimes sell or give away bodies I've been working on but that I've grown tired of. It is always with the understanding that my name may not be used with the piece in any way. I have had this policy for about 15 years or so, and several hobbyists can attest to this fact. The vast majority of people who buy or are gifted bodies honor this agreement, but unfortunately, a few unscrupulous individuals do not. If you should come across something that is advertised as some sort of collaborative work with my name attached to it, please be aware that the horse is described as such without my permission. I would appreciate if you would contact me if you see a piece advertised in such a manner as I will take immediate action (legal if necessary). Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about whether or not I consider a piece to be my work. I have excellent recollection of my past work and photos of almost all of them.
Still got a question?
Please contact me and I will do my best to answer as quickly as possible.