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Showcasing Titan, Saturn’s Largest Moon

In an article from 2013 called, “Titan Becomes Even More Enigmatic,” researchers discover that it doesn’t exhibit predictable behavior. Article about Titan is attached below…

Ottoman Empire Lady - Fusion7a - Large2

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Posted by on October 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

Showcasing Mimas, Saturn’s Smallest Moon

A recent article from ScienceNews.org showcases Mimas – the smallest of Saturn’s moons. I have a special love for this particular moon and did a little showcasing myself in the following piece. Article about Mimas and its strangeness attached below…

Amazing Grace - Large6 - P1P10

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Posted by on October 26, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

Print Catalog Is Finally Finished :-)

The much awaited catalog of available prints is finally finished!  Download and take a look. I think you’ll be impressed. This is what I’ll be distributing in town as I beat the pavement looking for customers. If you’re in the market for some great limited-edition art prints, now is the time.  I’ll have actual copies of my catalog available very soon.  It just needs to go through final proofing.  Until then…

OF NOTE: Resolution of the catalog shown here has been throttled back to minimize download size.  This means that, upon zooming inward, images will be blurry. HOWEVER – The original catalog file for printing is 356 MB, and will never be blurry. If you want a copy of the big boy so that you can see everything microscopically, please ask. I can put it up on DROPBOX for you to download when desired.

 

Preview of catalog – pages 2,3 introduction…

Booklet LT RT PGs 2 & 3 - SML2

 

 

 

 
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Posted by on August 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

 
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I Had To Know What It Looked Like In Blue…

LEGS with Blue Background 6 - Purple Lines - Sharper Planet - Lighter Cracks 1 - SmallThe followup to my yellow version of this piece in “The Celestial Bodies” Series. The astronaut embraces Mercury. Enjoy! :-)

 
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Posted by on August 22, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

There’s A Story To This Print…

I donated this print to the OHSU Cancer Treatment Center in Beaverton where I had  treatment the second time. It was a year-long ordeal in that room. I could have gotten treatment out in the main lobby with the other people, but I had had that major back surgery right beforehand, and was wiped out. So I would hobble into this private room, fall over on the bed and get treatment for two-hours EVERY DAY for two-weeks, then two off, then on again – ad infinitum.

A year after finishing treatment there I had finished my art series. This was one of my favorite pieces. So I brought in print number 1 and donated it to the room there. All the nurses were so happy. I had been telling them for over a year that I was going to bring in a piece of my artwork so that they could rename the room from “The Multnomah Falls” room (I think that was the name) to “The Cliff Travis” room.

It sits there today on the wall as a reminder to anyone who suffered like I did – that there is still hope even in the darkest hours of struggling. We brought the baby to the treatment center so many times – she napped there with me so often – that they knew her really well at the end of my treatment year… and they missed seeing her a great deal. They essentially watched her grow up for a year. And she was the only baby that ever came in the entire time that we were there.

I donated Print Number 1 of this art piece to the OHSU Beaverton Cancer Center where I received treatment for a year.  It is located in a private room where had most of my chemo after my major back surgery.  The room has unofficially been renamed "The Cliff Travis Room"

I donated Print Number 1 of this art piece to the OHSU Beaverton Cancer Center where I received treatment for a year. It is located in a private room where had most of my chemo after my major back surgery. The room has unofficially been renamed “The Cliff Travis Room”

 
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Posted by on August 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

 
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The Stand – Reloaded

The Stand - Reloaded

The latest in “The Celestial Bodies” Series. The astronaut embraces Mercury. There’s almost a religious connotation here, huh?  It’s been a long time since I’ve made a new piece.  However – it was time and I’ve always wanted to rework this drawing to fit within the celestial series that I’ve been working on over the last few years.  Enjoy!  :-)

 
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Posted by on August 13, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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The three best options for phone covers

I did a bunch of testing on the phone cover website.  Here are the three best options.  You can either have engraved (like what my previous post shows), or embossed – meaning that the image is raised from the back of the phone case.  Check it out…

Poised - 05 Pixels Thicker - Invert ON - Relief EMBOSSED Poised - 05 Pixels Thicker - Invert OFF - Relief EMBOSSED Poised - 05 Pixels Thicker - Invert OFF - Relief RELIEF

 
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Posted by on December 21, 2012 in Uncategorized

 
 
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