Category The Wreck at the Gate of the Wind

Caverns of Time

The “Wreck” series concludes… for now.


“The faded stencil could still be read: Project Crossroads.”


“A shaft in the vessel revealed strange machinery below…”

These pieces were intended to evoke that feeling of loneliness, desolation, and mystery which seems to cling to shipwrecks and other old ruins. The series is tentatively titled “A Wreck at the Gate of the Wind”.

Ghosts and Empty Spaces

The “Wreck” series continues… and further mysteries unfold.


“A torn page from a journal rested under the dry bones of the corpse.”


“Remains of indeterminate age were still inside the suit, trapped at the base of the stair.”

These pieces were intended to evoke that feeling of loneliness, desolation, and mystery which seems to cling to shipwrecks and other old ruins. The series is tentatively titled “A Wreck at the Gate of the Wind”.

Autumn’s Fallen Leaves

Continuing the “Wreck” series, we move toward the mysteriously beached and broken vessel, then pass within…

These pieces were intended to evoke that feeling of loneliness, desolation, and mystery which seems to cling to shipwrecks and other old ruins. The series is tentatively titled “A Wreck at the Gate of the Wind”.

Spook Country

I wanted to follow up on my last journal entry by posting a few of my daily sketches from about this time last year. Since I don’t consider them finished work, they’re going into the “scraps” section here, but any comments and responses to them are appreciated. I’ll be posting a few of these every day until Saturday — be sure to follow along!

These pieces were intended to evoke that feeling of loneliness, desolation, and mystery which seems to cling to shipwrecks and other old ruins. The series is tentatively titled “A Wreck at the Gate of the Wind”.