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Water Droplets

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Budding Tree

Budding Tree

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Fallen Apples

Fallen Apples

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Cherry Blossom

Cherry Blossom

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Ray of Light

Ray of Light

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Bloom

Bloom

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Dew

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Tranquil forest

Tranquil forest

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Lilly Pond

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Softail Custom

Softail Custom

For Nick Rivera, I lengthened the gas tank, and shot it in a dark Candy Burgundy, the same color that I painted his Mustang

TV Bike

TV Bike

Geo Ciubinski. Geo had this crazy idea to put a TV into a motorcycle, having it pop up like a piece of toast out of a toaster! I did the final bodwork and helped him with the mechanism to make it work, as well as painting it.

Harley FLH

Harley FLH

Stan Orear. Stan built this hotrod Harley over many times, going faster and faster. I did the bodywork, adding a 48 Chevy taillight, to the rear fender, and painted it in a very conservative paint scheme. Reminiscent of a 60's dresser, done in Deep Candy green, and white with green pearl, separated by silver and magenta stripes.

Softail Custom

Softail Custom

Glen Verycruisse. I painted his bike to match the Camaro I painted for him, in Candy Wild Cherry, with ghost flames and graphics.

Harley

Harley

Fast Eddie. Bodywork and paint, Candy Eggplant, with pearl flames.

BSA hill climber

BSA hill climber

Painted this one for Bob Otto.

Paradise

Paradise

Geo Cuibinski. Geo built this bike to showcase his polishing and chroming business. When finished, it won just about every award a bike could at most of the major shows along the East Coast. I did a difficult to pull off fade from white to dark red, in Pearls, using about 12 different mixes to get a seamless transition of color. then Candy Purple scallops, and shadows. Pinstriped by Glen Weisgerber.

Yamaha dirt bike

Yamaha dirt bike

Geo Ciubinski. Again to advertise his business, eh built a "Show bike" out of a small dirt bike. Candy and pearl paints, with ghost graphics of the Yamaha logo behind the number.

GXR

GXR

Another show bike for Geo. This one is white to black pearl background, with Candy Violet, Cobalt and Magenta graphics.

89 Softail

89 Softail

My bike, painted when brand new, black with Candy Apple Red flames.

89 Softail

89 Softail

Another version of my bike, now with Arlen Ness Taildragger fenders, 48 Chevy tail lights, and a Candy Magenta and black paint job, with graduated pinstripes separating the colors.

89 Softail

89 Softail

My bike, with Candy Purple paint and Lavender Pearl scallops. Used the leftover paint from my 54 Chevy to do this one.

Harley in a box

Harley in a box

Steve Blaufeder built this Harley out of all new parts, and I shot it in Candy Magenta.

1949 Harley

1949 Harley

Stan Orear. Stan and his bike building friends built this oldPanhead, and I restored the sheet metal, and shot it in the best match I could mix for the original Harley Peacock blue color. It scored extremely high points in the Olean antique bike shows.