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Curator's Gallery

Curator's Gallery
Cunard Line
Cunard Line 2
Cunard Line China Patterns
RMS Aquitania Woodwork
RMS Mauretania First Class China
Effects from the RMS Lusitania
Paper Effects from the RMS Lusitania
Cunard Whitestar
White Star Line
White Star Line 2
Effects of the RMS Republic
1:150 RMS Republic Model
Oceanic Steam Navigation Company
Effects from the Empress of Ireland
Effects from the T/N Andrea Doria
Italia Line
French Line - Compagnie Generale Transatlantique
Effects from the SS United States & USL
Effects from the S.S. Vestris
Miscellaneous Artifacts
Miscellaneous Artifacts 2
Coastal Shipwrecks & Artifacts
Ocean Liner Models
Lego Model - RMS Titanic
Miniature Suite B-52 Sitting Room
RMS Titanic Exhibition - Franklin Institute

     Curator's Note: Throughout high school and college, I used my abilities to create as many passenger liner items as I could from drawings to models. My junior year of high school, we were experimenting with clay and I decided to replicate a table setting of the R4332 Copeland Spode china for a display which would be the centerpiece of our annual art show. Over the course of six months, I hand shaped, fired, and painted each piece with the cobalt blue pattern and won a special achievement award for the effort. Also in the background, you can view my color drawing of the Grand Staircase and of the Titanic sinking.
     My senior year I took three of the five 1st place awards - one of which was for ceramic, where I made the Titanic lifeboat shown below. Through college, I continued drawing in a sketchbook I've had for years. While I posted two below, my crowning achievement came in 2005 when I completed my Grand Staircase drawing which was 2 years in the making. I based it off of Ken Marschall's version of it sinking, but pulled the angle back and added additional details to it. After college, I turned to ocean liner models and currently am still in the craft.


Part of the setting as currently displayed.

RMS Titanic Lifeboat - First Place

RMS Titanic Drawing

RMS Titanic's Sinking Grand Staircase
I looked off of Ken Marschall's painting to make this, I just downsized it and pulled the shot back.

Normandie Bulletin Board for Reading.
2 Paintings & background completed for a project, 3/2009.